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Can I use Independence as a 32-bit plugin? (Very confused NOOB - be nice!)


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Dear Anyone.

So I read in Google Independence was available in 32-bit or 64-bit.   My DAW's 32-bit - disabled, it works for me, it's notation, love notation, hate MIDI-packs and drag-dropping loops! So I downloaded it hoping for the holy grail in sounds - nice New Agey pads, been after 'em for years! It didn't ask me if I wanted it installed in 32-bit or 64-bit so I assumed it would have both .DLLs somewhere and I'd just put the right one in my plugins folder.

Except I can't find a .DLL anywhere for love nor money!

Please, how do I make sure it's installed in 32-bit and where do I find the .DLL to put in my plugins folder? 

Yours puzzledly

Chris.  Who lurves the fact this thing looks like it's multitimbral - can't get any noises out of it in standalone mode, the keys won't even move, guess it has to be a plugin before it works, right? - multitimbrality's a real rara avis these days.

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C:\Program Files (x86)\VSTPlugins\MAGIX\Independence\VSTPlugins32

Plugin (or standalone) and content must be activated separately (and purchased beforehand) if you want to use them with other DAWs. The Independence integrated in the Pro X Suite only works in Samplitude.

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