The VST scanner is now more robust and able to handle badly behaved plug-ins that might otherwise corrupt or stop the scanning process.There are two new VST scan options under Edit > Preferences > File - VST Settings:The Scan in Sandbox option allows the VST scanner to scan each plug-in within a private scanner process, which isolates the plug-ins from critical system resources. While this is slightly slower, it is more robust and prevents plug-ins from corrupting or stopping the scanning process.When the Generate Scan Log option is enabled, the VST scanner logs the VST scanning progress to %APPDATA%\Cakewalk\Logs\VstScan.log. This can be useful to troubleshoot problems when plug-ins fail to scan properly.
Note: Logging is intended for diagnostic purposes, and can have overhead. Generate Scan Log should only be enabled if instructed by BandLab technical support.Figure 24. The VST Settings section.
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