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VST plug-ins not listed in the DAW software

When running a DAW software using the VST version of the Flux:: plugins (Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar etc.), and the plugins can’t be found find in the DAW after the installation, there may be a problem with the plug-in scanning in the DAW after installing the plug-ins.

Please follow these steps to perform a plug-in re-scan:

  • Open Preferences/Settings in the DAW software and locate the list of Folders and Paths where the DAW is scanning for VST plug-ins. Please consult the user manual of your DAW for the exact location of this setting.
  • In the settings window, add the locations below as VST plugin file locations to scan:
    • Windows 64-Bit, VST 64-Bit:
      C:\Program Files\Vstplugins\Flux
    • Windows 64-Bit, VST 32-Bit:
      C:\Program Files (x86)\Vstplugins\Flux
    • Windows 32-Bit, VST 32-Bit:
      C:\Program Files\Vstplugins\Flux
    • Mac OS X:
      /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/Flux
  • After adding these locations, consult the user manual to find out the procedure for a plug-in rescan in the DAW, and perform a re-scan.

Now the installed plugins should be available in the plugin list in the DAW.

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