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Old 07-24-2007, 02:07 PM
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Default Directory structure for Plugins on your Mac

I am going to re-load and start using protools again after 3 years.

Question:
I was curious what everyone is using for a logical directory structure for ProTools Plugins and third party software. Please briefly share your view on why.

I have completely forgotten how I was organizing my files structures for plugins in the past and figured I would save myself some time by asking.

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Alpha 7

Mac G5 dual 2.5 PPC 4GB RAM
ProTools LE 7.1
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