Connecting GT Player Virtual Effect Processor to Ableton Live DAW

This article explains how to connect VST effects and instruments to Ableton Live music

production software on example of GT player virtual effect processor.

 

Fire up your Live, navigate to top menu, choose: OptionsPreferences

 

  How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - Locating Preferences Window

 


 

In the Preferences window choose File Folder tag.

 

  How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - Locating File Folder Tag withing Preferences Window

 


 

 

 Find there Use VST Plug-In Custom Folder option and enable it if it's off.

 Now go to VST Plug-In Custom Folder optionBrowse button and browse to the folder where GT player VST plug-in stays on your computer and push OK. By default it's located on disc C in Program Files → VSTplugins → Dsound folder.

 

Note: If you chose custom folder while setup installing GT plug-in, browse to that custom folder wherever it is instead of Program Files → VSTplugins → Dsound. The folder where GT plug-in installs can be used to install any other VST plug-ins and Live will add them to the list.

 

After browsing, navigate to Rescan Plug-Ins option, press Rescan button, and close Preferences window.

How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - Setting VST Plug-In Custom Folder



 

Navigate cursor to the left panel and click switch-plug like button.

 

 How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - Locating Plug-In List

 


 

Now you'll see GT Player installed as VST plug-in within Live in the Plug-In Devices list.

 

How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - Locating GT Player Block

 

 



Drag GT Player block on  your Audio Track and you'll see GT player panel.

 

How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - Dragging GT Player Block on Audio Track

 

 

 

 

How to Connect GT Player to Ableton Live DAW - GT Player VST plug-in withing Ableton Live