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Old 02-07-2018, 11:01 AM   #4
serr
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There may be a 3rd party dll to vst wrapper available. That's what you'd need to do anyway if there isn't also a vst or au version of the plugin provided.

dll files in Windows can also be what are called dylib files in OSX. And sometimes Windows vst files have a dll extension even though they are vst files. So check the installer download again. Maybe you got a "Windows vst" version by accident.
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