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VEPro 7 and PLAY libraries
Last post Mon, Apr 19 2021 by Andreas8420, 3 replies.
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Posted on Sun, Apr 11 2021 12:01
by workstation15
Joined on Tue, Oct 08 2013, Posts 22

Hello all!

After migrating to a new DAW and upgrading to VEPro 7, I have routed VEPro 7 to all of my libraries except PLAY libraries.  

I have multiple (East West) PLAY libraries.  However, I am having trouble identifying the correct folder to designate so that VEPro recognizes them.  Using the VST Plug-In manager, which PLAY folder should I choose?

Posted on Tue, Apr 13 2021 16:46
by stevetwist
Joined on Sat, May 18 2013, Posts 2


For Play to show up in VEPro, you'll need to find the Play instrument plugin, rather than the sound libraries themselves. On windows, that's the Play VST plugin (possibly named play_VST_x64.dll for the VST2 version, and Play.vst3 for the VST3 version). On Mac there's a VST and AU version available, I think.

The default install location will differ based on operating system, and I believe you can select a custom location during install, also. So, I'm not sure where that plugin will be located for you. I tried a quick search online to find the default install location, and found references to a bunch of different locations that were used at one time or another, so unfortunately I cannot offer any more advice that that (mine's not installed in the default location, and I'm also not on the latest version).


Posted on Mon, Apr 19 2021 11:45
by Andreas8420
Joined on Mon, Dec 02 2019, Vienna, Posts 60

Hello workstation15,

Steve was already so kind as to answer the bulk of this question. In short: On Windows, the user makes the decision where a VST2 plugin is installed. I would check the folders here:

C:\Program Files

Possibly "VSTplugins" or an "EastWest" or "Steinberg" subfolder. But you could always rerun the EastWest Play installer and pay extra attention to the folder choice during the installtion, this time.

Best regards,

Technical Support - Vienna Symphonic Library
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