Please unpack the downladed .zip file to your Desktop.
Inside you should find folders with all the assets for Windows and for OSX.
Windows users should run the provided .exe installer and follow the instructions on the screen. More steps are described below. Mac users will have to manually copy/paste files into certain folders following the steps below.
The installation/setup process takes few minutes and consists of:
Step 1.setting up virtual MIDI ports for two-way communication between the plugin and the DAW’s Generic Remote instances (using free 3rd party loopMIDI on Windows and Apple’s own IAC Driver on OSX)
Step 2.copy/paste of the provided Logical Editor presets into the DAW’s LE preset folder
Step 3.copy/paste of the provided Project Logical Editor presets into the DAW’s PLE preset folder
Step 4.copy/paste of the CPU-A, -B, -C and -D .dll files into your 64-bit VST plugins folder (this need to be done manually on OSX, on Windows provided “14bitMIDI_CPU-BUNDLE.exe” takes care of this step)
Step 5.copy/paste of the provided Default.vstpresets into the DAW’s VST3 Presets folder (this need to be done manually on OSX, on Windows provided “14bitMIDI_CPU-BUNDLE.exe” takes care of this step)
Step 6.creating and setting up 20 new Generic Remote instances, routign MIDI INs and OUTs and importing provided GR-1, -2, -3, -4 and GR-5.xml’s
* * * * IMPORTANT! * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
You need only 5 new Generic Remote instances routed properly to GR-1, -2, -3, -4 and GR-5.xml’s if you just try the free CPU-A DEMO plugin!
No need for all 20 of them in that case!* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *