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Hello Folks I use an older Samplitude, Pro 8, and it still works great. Well, I just upgraded the computer to a Sweetwater Creation Station and the interface is a Focusrite Scarlett. All that stuff is working great. The V9 Waves files and the files that come with Samplitude are working fine. I had to point the path directly to the waves folder to get it working. That said, it didn't allow me a way to point to Drumagog and other VST Dlls that I have. Has anyone run into this kind of thing, and if so, is there an easy way to get things to point to ALL my VST plugins? I have some great stuff that came free with Focusrite, as well as the Drumagog 5 and such, but at this moment they are useless and I am just starting a project that I'd like them all available for. I'm also willing to redownload Drumagog and the other stuff if I need to to point the DLLs to the right place. I'm just not sure why Waves ended up a priority that didn't allow me to put other things in that folder Thanks in advance for any wisdom! Jim
I was really liking samplitude (am switching from pro tools 10) until everytime I open it up to record, something new is going wrong. First problem, out of nowhere I load up an amp sim plugin and can not hear the effect. I can hear it AFTER I record on playback, but can not hear ANY plugins or the built in EQ while recording. I also been just dealing with the rewind and forward buttons on the transport doing absolutly nothing, they used to work, but I opend up a session a few days ago and they just stopped working. It gets a little annpoying...any help is greatly apreciated. I dont want to give up on this daw, but just these few problems have stopped my work and killed the creative moments I had, and I dont get very many...
Thought I would start a post to help spread the plugin deals from the web. I just grabbed the Sonitus Suite directly from Cakewalk for $20. These plugs are rock solid and get the job done. With virtually no cpu usage! List the deals you find along with reviews of some of your fav plugs.