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3rd Party VST: DSK
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sazon.j01@mymail.sxu.edu
Prenoob

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Hello, I'm trying to use freeware VST from DSK. Is it possible to add and use DSK VSTs to Studio One, and if so, how? I'm still trying to figure my way around the software (having started only a few days ago), but I don't understand why it doesn't recognize the VSTs. The filepath is correct, yet it doesn't show when I try to find it while creating a song. I've already tried restarting the DAW so it could re-scan the folders. It doesn't find anything.
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scottyo7
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1. Post your PC and S1 version in a signature like mine at the bottom so we can better help you. To do this edit your "My Profile" at the bottom.
2. Studio One Artist does not support 3rd party plug ins.
3. If you have Producer or Professional which do, then search through this forum and read about how, where and enabling your plugins for Studio One.

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sazon.j01@mymail.sxu.edu
Prenoob

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Thank you for the reply. I've figured it out. I had always assumed the VSTs I was using were 64bit, but just found out they were 32-bit.
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scottyo7
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Oh yeah, I'm in the same boat. Some plugs out there don't specify 32 or 64 bit.

To use 32 bit on 64 bit S1 there is a utility called "JBridge". It costs $20 but I'm not sure if there's enough 32 bit plus I need to use... I mean how many compressors and EQ's do I need? I find the S1 native plugs are usually enough cuz at this point I'm not that picky.
ASUS G75VX, i7 3820QM, 16GB Ram, 2 Samsung 840 256GB SSD's; Win8.1 64; Thunderbolt-Firewire 800 converter (TI chipset).
S1P 2.6.1; PreSonus FP10; EZdrummer 1.3.2, 64; Alchemy 1.55 64. Melodyne Editor 64 - 2.1.2; Izotope Alloy 2 & Ozone 5.
Carvin, ESP, Ibanez & Martin guitars.
Roland Fantom S; Rode NT1; SM58. Line 6 POD HD500 & POD XT-Live. BBE 422A; KRK Rokit 8 Powered Studio Monitors.
Band site: https://soundcloud.com/2guyzinabasement
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