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Old 12-21-2020, 06:22 PM
Just Phab Just Phab is offline
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Default VSTs Supported in Pro Tools 2020.11

Does anyone know if VST's can be launched from with PT 2020.11 natively.

I heard this is only possible through a 3PPI (Third Party Plug In) by Blue Cat called "Patchwork". Any hints our suggestions would be Phabiliciious. In the meantime the plug in I working with does have AU Version I will test tonight.

Trying to get my Roland Integra 7 Editor inside the box on my iMAC. The iPad App is fab but want control from within my DAW.
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Old 12-21-2020, 09:04 PM
Sardi Sardi is offline
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Default Re: VSTs Supported in Pro Tools 2020.11


You require Patchwork or another VST hosting plugin.

Pro Tools has never supported VST/AU formats. RTAS/TDM in the past, AAX/AAX DSP since v10.

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