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Where should Superior Drummer 3.vst be located?
November 15, 2017
12:05 am CET
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Jakob Åhgren Thörnblad
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Hi,
I have the Cubase Pro 9.0.30 64bit on iMac27 2012 Sierra 10.12.6
Just purchased and installed the SD3 Crossgrade/Upgrade.
The Stand alone App seem to work, but I can not find the SD3 in VST Instrument list when I open a Instrument track.
I have tried to update the Plug In Manager but the SD3 does not show up.
How do I get it to work? Confused
Regards Jakob

November 15, 2017
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Henrik
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The default VST path is Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST

In Cubase Plug-in manager, check what path(s) it's using for VST:s, and check those paths for the "Superior Drummer 3.vst" file

November 16, 2017
10:44 pm CET
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Jakob Åhgren Thörnblad
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Ok thanks.
Actually it was a Cubase Pro - Plug-In Manager thing, I didn't understand.
One had to drag an drop the vst from one section to another in the Plug -In Manager, in order for it to show up as a Vst instrument, which was new to me.
Anyway - now it's working!
Thanks.

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November 17, 2017
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Notice that if you move the VST from where the Superior Drummer 3 installer placed it, it can get troublesome to update Superior Drummer 3 - since it will try to update the VST in the original path!

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