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How do you import new effect plug-ins?
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packnationbaby
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Hi, I have recently downloaded a couple effect plug-ins off of the internet, and I can't figure out how to import them into Studio One so I can use them?? can somebody help with this problem im facing thank you
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josephburke
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You can use the File Explorer in Studio One to find the plugins. Click Browse at the bottom right, Click Files on the bottom and click files on the top. That should help you find some of the plugins you have. If they are VST plugins, Click Studio One on the menu bar at the top, click Options, Go to the VST Tab, and click add to add the folder where the VST plugins are stored. that's really I can think of.

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Or just move them to your VST folder and Studio One will find them the next time it opens...
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S1 will only look where you tell it to look.

Click Studio One on the menu bar at the top, click Options, Go to the VST Tab, and click add to add the folder where the VST plugins are stored.


Follow Josephburke's directions to add a location for S1 to look for VST's. Also, on the same tab for adding locations, make sure that "Scan at Startup" is selected, and for good measure check off "Reset Blacklist" in case that any of the plugs failed to load prior.

The last thing to note, make sure that any plugs you are looking for are valid for the install of S1 that you are running. By that I mean, if you are running the x64 version of S1, it will only see and load 64 bit plugs. Same for the x86 version, that will only load 32bit plugs.
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You can make a new folder, but it has always been easier for me just to put the plugins I want to add in the folder that's already designated for VSTs. That way they're all together.

To each his own...
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