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lovotho
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Joined: 04 Sep 2006
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Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:33 am    Post subject: Configuring Setup Directories (please help)

ok, obviously im a complete noob at this. i would really appreciate any help you can offer. im trying to use a tutorial as much as i can so i wont have to bother you with lame questions you've already heard a million times but im kind of stuck.

im using this tutorial http://skaletutorials.atspace.com/tutorial/index.htm

im literally only on the second step and im lost. he says "These folders are all straight-foreward, just make sure you have your vst directory set to your Cubase VST (sound plugin's) directory."

well, i cant find those folders he has selected. in fact, the D:\ doesnt even have anything in it at all. i just need someone to explaine what im looking for when setting up these directories. and any other tips for the future would be great.

thanks in advance! -lovotho
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Tranceparent
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Joined: 12 Nov 2002
Posts: 514
Location: NL

Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 10:21 am    Post subject:

The exact location of these folders actually isn't that important. It's just a matter of how you like to organize things. In the case of the tutorial the D: drive was used, but you might as well use your C: drive.

Personally I have a directory 'C:\music'.
In that directory I created a 'modules', an 'instruments', a 'samples' and a 'VST' subdirectory.

If you just setup the module, instrument and sample to these directories, you'll be fine while going through the tutorial.

Worry about the Vsti's, FX and stuff later.
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