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Old 05-29-2008, 01:10 PM
shultzee13 shultzee13 is offline
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Default FXPansion PT M-Powered 7.1 issue

I have been using the VST to RTAS adapter for a few months now. Some strange things are happening. I have loaded Waves Masters Collection and Antares Mic Modeler onto my computer and put them in the right directory Crogram files/Steinberg/VST... anyway when I try and wrap them neither comes up in that directory or anywhere. I see them downloaded on my computer (the programs) but the wrapper cannot find them at all. I even changed the directory to "Digidesign" and it still won't.
Anybody know what is going on?

Pro Tools 11.3.1 & 10.3.8
Interface - Focusrite Clarett Pre2/Clarett Octopre
Computer - Mac Mini 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5, 16GB
OS - Yosemite
Monitors - Yamaha HS8
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