Spitfire's BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover VST

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Elkwood
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Spitfire's BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover VST

Post by Elkwood » Mon Apr 19, 2021 3:44 pm

Can anyone help me apply Spitfire's BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover VST to Mixcraft-9 so I can use the instrument sounds? I have downloaded (or so they tell me) the sound package but it does not show in Mixcraft and I, frankly, have no idea if I needed to download it to a specific place or what. Mixcraft-9, for me, does not have sufficient instruments and I really need help expanding this software I've owned since Pro-7 in 2016. Is there ANYONE that can help??

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Northfield.Lenox
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Re: Spitfire's BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover VST

Post by Northfield.Lenox » Tue Apr 20, 2021 2:39 pm

Hi -

In Mixcraft - go to
- File
- Preferences
- Plug-Ins
- Edit VST/VSTi Folders

Make sure that
C:\program Files (x86)\VST\
is selected

See if that helps. . . . .

mixyguy2
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Re: Spitfire's BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover VST

Post by mixyguy2 » Thu Apr 22, 2021 4:44 pm

? Pretty sure BBCSO is 64 bit so probably installed in C:\program files\vstplugins or something similar, not the x86 directory. But either way, make sure the directory where you have BBCSO installed is there.

Mr.Mxyzptlk
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Re: Spitfire's BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover VST

Post by Mr.Mxyzptlk » Sat Apr 24, 2021 9:52 pm

If it helps, my BBC Symphony Orchestra 64-bit is located in Program Files/VstPlugins. There is also a 32-bit version installed in Program Files (x86)/VSTPlugins but I've disabled that one.
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