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how to install virtual instruments vsti dxi and effect plugins in fl studio tutorials free


Basics: 3, Installing Instruments (VSTi,DXi) and FX Plugins (VST,DX)

I won't go into much detail about installing Direct-X plugins or synths as its very straight forward, they will all come with their own install package, and most likely, the only option you will get is where you want to install it, which dosn't matter with DX plugins as all the locating work is done in the registry. VSTs and VSTis all need to be installed to the same folder. (Or any subfolder within it.)

like other VST/VSTi enabled programs, Fruityloops is no different, it has a folder for its plugins, you'll find it at [C:\Program Files\FruityLoops\Plugins\VST].

But, seems as though most plugin install packages default to [C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VSTPlugins], I suggest you install them there and just tell Fruityloops in the options where to look...

1, So, first off, go to [Options > File Settings] on the menu.

, Then click the folder image to choose the right folder. (If C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VSTPlugins] does not exist, just create the folders manually before you do this step.)

Once set, close the options window.

3, Now when you get an FX plugin (VST) or a Synth/Generator plugin (VSTi), all you will have to do is make sure you specify the above location to install it to when it asks. If it doesn't have an install program and comes as a .zip or .rar file containing a .dll file, then all you need to do is extract the .dll file over to "C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VSTPlugins\"

4, FLStudio will now find it when you click refresh at the bottom of the list.

(This refresh button appears at the bottom of the "Channels > Add one > More..." list, or when you add FX to a mixer slot from the same list that appears when you click "Select > More". But theres more explanation on adding plugins in the next two pages!)

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