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    Can you copy and move plugins to a new computer?

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    Can you?
    Or do I have to download them again?

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    Did you save them in a folder?

    I have a folder where I save all of my plug-ins when I DL them.

    Then burn the entire folder onto a CDR for storage. Thatway you always have a back up.

    (I do the same thing with any EXE files I DL as well.)


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    Yes, just like any other file, its just a .dll
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    If they are VST just copy the folder. (most of them will work that way)
    Most DX plugins need to be installed.

    You may have to reregester some of the VST plugin's
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    well not all vsts cuz hypersonic have a protection if u move dll to another pc it display a registry error screen. I think if u backup the setup is ok. Good Luck

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