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Steinberg have decided to not offer any "remove" function - for neither plugins nor instruments. I'm still struggling with this weird design decision myself.sudeshdream wrote:Im using Padshop and Hallion sonic..pls help me....im fedup this...Il try my best....but there tune also up and down...
Instead, you need to click on the plugin/instrument name (kontakt, fm8, whatever) inside the instrument rack. When you do, the list of your installed instruments will show up. Browse to the top of that list, and select the option "No VST instrument". That's how you unload both plugins and instruments nowadays.
Steinberg user since 1984. Left, and tried many other DAWs for 3 years. Just got back on Cubase to try its limits in comparison. PC/Win8.1 custom build.
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