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Old 10-31-2003, 12:10 PM
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Default Hi... Organizing plugins..

Hello :0
I've been looming around in the shadows of the DUC for quite some time now and have always found what I was looking for by searching, but this one has me stumped. I've read other posts referencing to this topic before so I know a post explaining this must exist. I would like to choose what order my plugins pop in when selecting them in the insert menu. I searched the DUC for "organizing plugins" and similar key-words but came up with nada, so if one of you knowledgable folks could link to a previous post or explain, it would be much appreciated!! Thanx!
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Old 10-31-2003, 12:39 PM
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Default Re: Hi... Organizing plugins..

Well, on the Mac side they have a special program for this - we have to do with a 'work around' for the time being...

Go to your pluginsfolder (in 6.1.1 it you find it Shared files/Digidesign/DEA/plugins) and make subcatalogs (compressors, EQ, or whatever you want...). Look up your file and place the in your subcataloges.

It does not work with the Waves plugins. (You can make a subcatalog and place it first or last but they will all be together). It only works for your RTAS, in 6.1.1. the Audiosuites get alphabetized.

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Old 10-31-2003, 01:37 PM
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Default Re: Hi... Organizing plugins..

Worked great, thanx!
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