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Using VSTi in Pro Tools

If you use Pro Tools, you know how awesome it is. There’s only one problem with it. It can’t use the most versatile format of soundfonts: VSTi. Until now, the only way to quickly convert VST to RTAS or any format that PT can use has been to purchase FXPansion for $100. Psshh, forget that!

I’ve discovered a legal, fast, and free way to easily convert any VSTi (not plugins, but the actual soundfonts) into NKI format which Pro Tools can use without any trouble in the Structure Free plugin that automatically comes with PT 8 and up.

For the full step by step tutorial, check out this page right here.

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