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How to Use Sugar Bytes TransVST to Run VST Plugins in Pro Tools


If you are a Pro Tools user, you might have encountered the frustration of not being able to use VST plugins in your sessions. Pro Tools only supports AAX plugins, which are not as widely available as VST plugins. However, there is a solution that can help you bridge the gap between VST and AAX: Sugar Bytes TransVST.


Sugar Bytes TransVST is a plugin wrapper that allows you to run VST plugins in Pro Tools as if they were AAX plugins. It works by creating a virtual audio device that hosts the VST plugins and routes the audio to and from Pro Tools. This way, you can use your favorite VST plugins in Pro Tools without any hassle.


In this article, we will show you how to use Sugar Bytes TransVST to run VST plugins in Pro Tools. We will also review some of the features and benefits of this plugin wrapper, as well as some of the limitations and drawbacks.


How to Use Sugar Bytes TransVST to Run VST Plugins in Pro Tools


To use Sugar Bytes TransVST to run VST plugins in Pro Tools, you will need the following:


A Windows PC or a Mac with Pro Tools installed.


A license for Sugar Bytes TransVST, which costs $99.


A folder with your VST plugins installed.


Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:


Launch Sugar Bytes TransVST and click on the "Scan" button to scan your VST plugins folder. You can also add or remove folders manually by clicking on the "Add" or "Remove" buttons.


Select the VST plugins that you want to use in Pro Tools and click on the "Wrap" button. This will create AAX versions of your selected VST plugins in a folder called "TransVST" inside your AAX plugins folder.


Launch Pro Tools and create a new session or open an existing one.


Insert a new track and go to the "Inserts" section. You should see your wrapped VST plugins under the "TransVST" category. Select the plugin that you want to use and adjust the settings as you wish.


Repeat steps 4 and 5 for any other tracks that you want to use VST plugins on.


Congratulations! You have successfully used Sugar Bytes TransVST to run VST plugins in Pro Tools.


Features and Benefits of Sugar Bytes TransVST


Sugar Bytes TransVST has some features and benefits that make it a useful tool for Pro Tools users who want to use VST plugins. Some of them are:


It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit VST plugins.


It supports both mono and stereo VST plugins.


It supports both instrument and effect VST plugins.


It preserves the original GUI and parameters of the VST plugins.


It allows you to save and recall presets for the VST plugins.


It allows you to automate the parameters of the VST plugins.


It has low CPU usage and latency.


Limitations and Drawbacks of Sugar Bytes TransVST


However, Sugar Bytes TransVST also has some limitations and drawbacks that you should be aware of before using it. Some of them are:


It does not support sidechain inputs or outputs for the VST plugins.


It does not support MIDI inputs or outputs for the VST plugins.


It does not support multiple outputs for the VST plugins.


It does not support drag-and-drop functionality for the VST plugins.


It does not support offline rendering or bouncing for the VST plugins.


It may cause compatibility issues or crashes with some VST plugins or Pro Tools versions. ec8f644aee






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