#1
I followed all the steps in the vst thread, and saved all the downloads into one file. Then i went the preference section and scanned the whole file but the vst's arent appearing. What am i doing wrong?
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#2
I don't know man. I can't get Amplitube running in Reaper right now. Hopefully someone can shed some light on this.
#4
Quote by funeralllllllll
did you put them in \Plugins\ or \Plugins\FX\ ?

they should be in the FX sub folder


I just saved it all to a file in my documents
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#5
reaper can't see into your my documents folder;

- close reaper
- go to where you installed reaper (i guess something like C:\Program Files\REAPER\ )
- in the reaper folder go to \Plugins\ and then to \FX\
- cut and paste the .vst into the \Plugins\FX\ folder
- start reaper
- insert a track in Reaper and press the fx button
- make sure you highlight "All Plugins" from the tree on the left
- search for your new effect using the filter option
#6
Quote by funeralllllllll
reaper can't see into your my documents folder;

- close reaper
- go to where you installed reaper (i guess something like C:\Program Files\REAPER\ )
- in the reaper folder go to \Plugins\ and then to \FX\
- cut and paste the .vst into the \Plugins\FX\ folder
- start reaper
- insert a track in Reaper and press the fx button
- make sure you highlight "All Plugins" from the tree on the left
- search for your new effect using the filter option


just did that and it didnt work
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#8
Quote by funeralllllllll
what plugin are you using?
what build of reaper?
what operating system and chip architecture?

Im trying to use this
http://www.bteaudio.com/software/TSS/TSS.html

Its reaper v3.76

and i dont know what you mean by the last one but im using windows 7
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#9
ok just downloaded that plugin and it worked straight away for me

here's where i put the vst for reference in case that helps

is the problem that the plug-in does't show up in your list when you try to add the fx in reaper?

if you have 64 bit windows & reaper you might need to enabled vst bridging:

- press ctrl p
- go to plug-ins and make sure the VST bridging/firewalling is set to Automatic like in this image
#10
should i save the file as a compressed folder or just as all files?
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#12
Quote by funeralllllllll
reaper can't see into your my documents folder;

sure it can, you just have to tell it to look there. i have vsts in a bunch of different locations (yes, i know its not ideal) and it works just fine. you just have to add that folder to the plug in paths (options->preferences->vst). sounds like something else is the issue, possibly not extracting the files.