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Old 07-10-2020, 02:29 PM
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Default Re: Simple Step by Step to use VST in NC Version 4

Hi Kevin,


Notation Composer 4 does not directly support VST instruments, but if you have a host for your instruments/library (eg. Garritan's Aria player) and a virtual MIDI cable(s) (eg. LoopBe) then you're set.



The player acts as the MIDI Playback Device - please see this thread in this forum for details. There are also some good tips in this thread too regarding other VST hosts.


Hope this helps!
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