asked Sep 19 '15 at 12:23 by Dj_Delay (1)

Hi there, i need some help here,

i just bought and installed the bitwig producer pack (includes bitwig studio, analog lab and miniV

but how can i use the sounds from Analog Lab and MiniV in bitwig?

Hello there, just to make sure - you installed all three products, right? Bitwig Studio, Mini V and Analog Lab all have separate installers. Once all products are installed you need to tell Bitwig Studio where to find the VST plug-in versions of Mini V and Analog Lab. The location they are installed is different from Mac and Windows and if you are running 32-bit or 64-bit operating system.

In Bitwig Studio you look at the browser panel in the right of your screen, then select the Settings tab (look for a gear symbol) and under Plugin Locations you make sure to add the location where you installed Mini V and Analog Lab.

You can check page 61 in the user guide for more information.

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answered Sep 23 '15 at 09:53 by fredrik (80)

Hi DJ Delay

I had the same problem with AnalogLab. I'm using Windos 7 64-bit.

On the right in Bitwig the is a "Browser" window. Klick on the gear wheel symbol. "Plug-in Locations" appears. Klick on "Add Location". C:\Program Files (x86)\VstPlugins ist the folder to chose. That's it. If AnalogLab still doesnt appear check if the file "Analog Lab.dll" exists in that folder. If not search for it by using the search function of windows (right to the file path).

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answered Oct 24 '15 at 09:24 by malaika (18)

edited Oct 24 '15 at 09:24

okay thank you, i found the "Analog Lab.dll" file. thanks for the help ;) problem solved

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answered Oct 25 '15 at 08:10 by Dj_Delay (1)

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