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Offline iRelevant

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Re: avoiding rewire problems with fl studio
« on: August 18, 2017, 06:32:22 AM »
I would just like to add my experience with FL in Studio One v2.5.6 running on a win7 x64 system. Using earlier version of FL v12.1.x had functional problems, where as FL 10.9c worked flawlessly.

It's a bit back in time, so I'm a little bit uncertain if i actually tried to use it as a both as a rewire client and VSTi.
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