What is VST file?
The VST file extension is a virtual instrument plug-in that can be used to perform music or sound effects. The most commonly used VST audio plugin is the Sony VST Audio Plugin (SVAP), which is a software platform for audio processing and recording. VST files are most commonly used in music production, but they can also be used in other audio production like podcasting and sound design. Audio plugins like SVAP can be integrated into an application for music production, such as Ableton Live or FL Studio. The VST file extension was originally created by Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH to support their "Virtual Studio Technology" (VST) audio plug-in technology that was first released in 1996.
VST Format details
|Full Name||VST Audio Plugin|
Software, that convert VST files
The easiest way to convert a VST file is to save it in a different file format using dedicated software. Below you will find a list of software programs that can handle VST files. Open your VST file with one of them and save in another file format.