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Ok to locate SD3 downloads separately from SD2/EZ Drummer2

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  • Henrik
    Participant

    All the five Sound Library parts must be installed to the same place – but that place doesn’t have to be the same place as your other SDX:s/EZX:s – so yes, you can put the basic installation wherever you’d like 🙂

    Henrik Ekblom - User Experience Designer
    Toontrack

    Soundhound
    Participant

    I meant keeping the SD3 sound library on a separate SSD from the EZX and SD2 sound libraries. Is that not possible?

    Brad
    Participant

    Yes it is possible, SD3 is very flexible in that respect.

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    Henrik
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    Exa

    @Brad said:
    Yes it is possible, SD3 is very flexible in that respect.  

    Exactly.

    You can even have a small installation on one place and a full installation on another place. I have the basic sound installation for SD3 sound library on my internal drive on my laptop, and the full installation on an external disk. If I take my laptop with me and don’t bring the external disk, I can still use SD3 – but without the extra sounds 🙂

    Henrik Ekblom - User Experience Designer
    Toontrack

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