Default Plugin Install Locations for Spitfire Libraries

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  • Tim Hägele

    Why isn't  possible to change the location of the VST3 folder? Your whole program is completely useless for me lol

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  • Stewart

    Hi Tim,

    You can edit the VST3 install location if you open the lm.conf file and add the location in the corresponding line. The lm.conf file will be in the following locations depending on your operating system:

    Mac OS: User/Music/Spitfire Audio/Settings/lm.conf

    Windows: C:/Users/[username]/AppData/Roaming/Spitfire Audio/Settings/lm.conf

    Alternatively, you can simply drag the VST3 file from the default location into the location you prefer. 

    Feel free to create a support request if you have any trouble doing so! 

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  • Tim Hägele

    Hey, thanks for helping me out! I found the file and changed the location, but everytime I open up Spitfire it just resets the location and the config file. Is there a way I can prevent this?

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  • Richard Richter

    I also found I can't redefine the VST3 paths from the program which is a bit annoying.

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  • Stewart

    Hi Richard, 

    Is this even after following the steps with the lm.conf file that I outlined in the comment above? I'd be happy to create a support request to troubleshoot this if so. 

     

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  • Richard Richter

    No, sorry I wasn't clear, I could probably do that but I'll not bother. It's just strange it's not supported in UI like VST2 is. No need for support request, thank you.

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