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Old 05-07-2004, 05:16 PM
tucum tucum is offline
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Default Organizing Plugins

Now, that's a simple one, but i can't figure it out: how can i put the other plugins i have in the 'organizing casacade' or whatever that thing is called in PT LE 6.4/plugins? You know, that thing that separetes EQ, delay, reverb etc

Thanks a lot
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Old 05-07-2004, 07:54 PM
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Default Re: Organizing Plugins

They automatically get misplaced wherever ProTools decides they should go. Apparently, the decision is based on some info in the plugin which a bunch of plugin makers haven't set correctly, and there's no way for the use to override it.

So, I need to leave the feature turned off, or I won't find anything.

I would have implemented it a bit differently.

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