#1
Basically I can't open my addictive drums in reaper, I've searched the web and they are definitely compatible. I put the dll. file in the right folder and set reaper to search there but it just won't find it.

Anyone got any ideas why? thanks.
#2
did you make sure to install the VST plugin for AD when installing it?
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#4
In Reaper (under tracks) it's called "Insert Virtual Instrument on a new Track"... it shows up as a VSTi
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Last edited by strangedogs at May 30, 2010,
#5
Quote by strangedogs
In Reaper (under tracks) it's called "Insert Virtual Instrument on a new Track"... it shows up as a VSTi


Addictive drums dosen't show up.
#6
Huh... Are you running 64-bit Reaper or 32-bit?
Now running an Eleven Rack with Pro Tools 10.3.3 - it's amazing and I'm having ball with it - worth every penny. PT 10 is tops IMO and the Eleven Rack is a work of art!
#7
Quote by strangedogs
Huh... Are you running 64-bit Reaper or 32-bit?


32 I think, is there a way of checking?
#8
Quote by guitar12
32 I think, is there a way of checking?


Go to My Computer, right-click "Properties", then it should say next to "system type"
#11
anyone got any other ideas? This is getting frustrating. I am running 32 bit btw.

Also I can't get it to run on my new Cubase! I can open all other vsts and I have redownloaded the AD demo multiple times.
#13
I have had this problem as well. I downloaded a 64-bit version of AD and I'm running a 64-bit version Reaper. It doesn't show up on the VST nor VSTi section.