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I need help with setting up addictive drums in adobe audition. Ok, so I "have" addictive drums and got it installed and everything and I also have Adobe Audition. When I go in Audition I can't use AD. It doesnt appear in the list of VSTs. I've tried adding the folder to the list of VSTs, I've tried refreshing the list of VSTs, etc. I know you have to paste the .dll in the vst folder but AD didn't come with one. And I know that the file isnt corrupt or anything cuz where I got it everyone says they got it working fine. All I want is a damn drum program! Please help!
#2


Ask bboyjon a couple of threads below. He "has" it too.

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Just buy it. One of the best investments I've ever made with music...

way to bump a thread from 09
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Quote by Eric Berg
Just buy it. One of the best investments I've ever made with music...


I agree with You, That It is a good investment.