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Figure 284. Plug-in Browser.
A. Show Plug-in Browser B. Plug-in Layout menu button C. Dock/undock D. Docking options E. Expand/collapse F. Plug-in Type buttons G. Search filter H. Plug-in list
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Show Plug-in Browser . Show the Plug-in Browser.
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Audio. Show available DX and VST audio effect plug-ins.
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MIDI. Show available MFX MIDI effect plug-ins.
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Synth. Show available DXi and VSTi soft synths.
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ReWire. Show available ReWire devices.
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Plug-in Layout menu. The Plug-in Layout menu lets you specify how plug-ins are organized. The menu contains the following commands:
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Manage Layouts. Opens Cakewalk Plug-in Manager, which lets you create, delete, and edit plug-in layouts. For more information about Cakewalk Plug-in Manager, see the Cakewalk Plug-in Manager online Help.
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Sort by Category. The default layout, which organizes plug-ins into category subfolders such as EQ, Dynamics, Reverb, etc. If a plug-in has more than one category, it will be listed in each category subfolder. For information about assigning and creating categories, see To assign a plug-in to an existing category and To create a new custom plug-in category.
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Sort by Manufacturer. Sort plug-ins alphabetically by manufacturer name.
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Sort by Type. Sort plug-ins by their native format (VST3, VST2, and DirectX) and manufacturer.
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Scan VST Folders. Scan to detect if any VST plug-ins have been added or removed.
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<list of layouts>. The Plug-in Layout menu lists all layouts stored by Cakewalk Plug-in Manager. Select a layout to change the plug-in list.
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Search filter. The search filter allows you to only show plug-in names that includes a specific text string.
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Plug-in list. The Plug-Ins list is populated from the currently-selected layout from the Plug-in Layout menu and the plug-in type selected from the Plug-in Type menu.
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