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    just purchased ez drummer2 . installed the download onto my desktop( imac). now, how do I get it into my daw.( studio one pro2).I did open the download from my desktop and all the files are there.

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    Should automatically be there man. It is either going to be AU or VSTi plugin (studio one supports both as far as I know so you might even see 2 versions).
    My home studio ---> www.nerolstudio.com

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    it wasn,t.. I reset the blacklist in options /preference and restarted studio one and now it is.. since this is my very first plug-in , i'm here looking for answers and I do appreciate the replies. now, how do I open ezd in studio one and get started. ??

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    Let me open studio one, I think I still have it and I can probably help ya out.

    Silly that this forum doesn't have a studio one forum because that would probably yield more help than me.

    Anyhow this is how I got it to do stuff in studio one 2 (sorry if that is different from what you have).

    1. Open studio one
    2. Create a new song
    3. In the browser window that opened to the right I selected instruments.
    4. In the toontrack sub folder there is ez drummer.
    5. I dragged and dropped ez drummer onto the main window and it created a track for ez drummer.
    6. If you drag and drop midi from ez drummer it will create midi within the track.
    7. Double clicking on the midi data opens the piano editor.

    That's all I found man, but it should get you going.
    My home studio ---> www.nerolstudio.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitargodgt View Post
    Silly that this forum doesn't have a studio one forum
    Not a lot of traffic for Studio One to warrant its own forum here.

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    best info I've had yet. ty.. i'll give it a try... thank you

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