Pro Tools Tip Of The Day: Make An Unused Plug-Ins Folder

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Yesterday we told you how plug-ins that should work great can sometimes lead to crashes. One of the smartest thing you can do to decrease loading time and make your system run smoother is to take any plug-in you never use and put it in a unused plug-in folder. This way if you do not it on a rare occasion you can grab it and load it up in a minute or so while having the benefits of a fast and lean system.

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