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How to Find Helix Native in Reaper


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Locating Helix Native in Reaper

 

1. Create a Mono or Stereo Audio Track
2. Click on the FX Box to bring up the plug-in menu. Choose VST -> Helix Native.

 

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If the Helix Native plug in not showing, follow these steps to make sure the VST pathways are correct.

 

For Mac

 

Check the Plug-ins Folder:

 

1. Go to Reaper -> Preferences -> Plug-ins -> VST

 

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2. Make sure the correct location is added to the VST plug-in paths text below. The default location is as below:

 

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3/

 

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3. If the steps above are not working, try the "Clear cache/re-scan" option.

 

4. If you can't find Helix Native in the Audio Units plug-in, please try restarting Reaper. Reaper scans for AU plug-ins at launch.

 

For Windows

 

Check the Plug-ins Folder:

 

1. Go to Reaper, Options -> Preferences -> Plug-ins -> VST

 

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2. Make sure the correct location is added to the VST plug-in paths text box. The location of the plug-in files depend on your settings during installation. The default location is as below:

 

C: > Program Files > Common Files > VST3 > Line 6

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