Learn about opening the plugins in standalone and DAW modes, in addition to checking MIDI/audio I/O and locating sample/preset folders.
- [Instructor] All right, now that we've got everything…installed, I want to talk about the various ways…that you can open these different components.…The first way you can open them is in stand alone mode.…We'll talk about both opening in stand alone mode…as well as opening these plugins up in your DAW.…If you go over to your applications folder,…you'll see that right below Native Access,…you actually have a Native Instruments folder,…and it's full of all of these different instruments.…So let's choose Massive, because it's massive…and it sounds cool and fun.…Great name, I think, as far as synths go,…and one of the things that I want to point out actually…right off the bat is that many of these…plugins that we have are effects.…
So enhance DQ, driver, passive EQ.…Some of the ones that actually say effects,…like solid bus comp.…I just want to point out that those aren't…ones that can be opened in standalone mode…because they rely on another component in the signal chain.…All of these instruments that you can play…
- Core products
- New products and features
- Effects processors
- DAW and hardware integrations
Skill Level Beginner
2. Flagship Instruments
3. New Additions
4. FX Processors
5. DAW Integration
Integration with hardware4m 42s
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