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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Finding Missing VST Instruments and Plug-Ins

Many times, after you’ve installed VST instruments or plug-ins (other than the ones that came with Cubase) and gone to select them from the virtual rack, you find out they aren’t there. This is a common problem and not one to get too upset about. All of these plug-ins must be copied to a subfolder in Cubase’s Program folder called VstPlugins. You should be able to locate this subfolder within the Steinberg folder, which is on the main drive of your computer in the Program Files folder (see Figure 4.11).

Figure 4.11. The VstPlugins subfolder on a Windows computer.

A VST instrument ...

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