Have you ever had issues trying to install a VST plug-in? In this episode of the show I'm going to show you the 4 things I do to successfully install all my VST plug-ins. Don't forget to get your free e-book by signing up for my free newsletter. You get exclusive home recording tips like this one, delivered directly to your inbox. http://freerecordingtools.com
Ep 28 | Installing VST Plug-ins
by David | 6 comments
Good stuff. Is there any reason not to have your plugins all in one folder?
This is really personal preference most of the time. The only real exception that I can think of is the need to separate 32bit plugins from 64bit. It’s never a good idea to have both version installed in a DAW as many DAW’s can crash with some plugins trying to load them both side by side. Not all plugins have issues with this but some can.
Very useful information. This episode by itself is worth the price of membership!
Ha ha, thanks Luc. glad to have helped!
Hello Dave , I find these tutorials very helpful , however it is difficult to follow because I am unable to expand the screen which you are using to explain the process . I have access to another program which allows the screen to be fully expanded . Is there any way you can adopt this way of delivering these very helpful hints . Thanks for your reply Geoff
Hey Geoff, these tutorials are embed from the YouTube feed and can expanded by click the “Fullscreen” square button to the bottom right of the video. Hope this helps!