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more_about_netvsthost [2017/12/04 03:10]
shane [Using NetVSTHost for Macintosh]
more_about_netvsthost [2017/12/12 20:34]
shane [Using NetVSTHost for Macintosh]
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 Some VST plugins might require additional Windows components (DLLs) which are not included in the Mac //​NetVSTHost//​ app bundle, and hence might fail to load, or might not run correctly. In such cases, a full virtualization solution (or using a separate PC) may be your only choice. Some VST plugins might require additional Windows components (DLLs) which are not included in the Mac //​NetVSTHost//​ app bundle, and hence might fail to load, or might not run correctly. In such cases, a full virtualization solution (or using a separate PC) may be your only choice.
  
-Running //​NetVSTHost//​ on the same Mac as your DAW is //a way// to use Windows-only VST plugins inside a Mac DAW like Logic Pro X, but using a separate Windows PC is //a better way// for two reasons:+Running //​NetVSTHost//​ on the same Mac as your DAW is //a way// to use Windows-only VST plugins inside a Mac DAW like Logic Pro X, but using a separate Windows PC is //a better way//for two reasons:
   - Running under a full Windows installation means your plugins will always work   - Running under a full Windows installation means your plugins will always work
   - Running plugins on a separate PC reduces the CPU and memory load on your DAW machine (in this case, your Mac)   - Running plugins on a separate PC reduces the CPU and memory load on your DAW machine (in this case, your Mac)
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