I put the whole folder into my vst directory(not sure if that is the right way to do it) and when i open the vst i receive the message: Wave player: Can't open: C:ProgrammeSynthEdit909samples909hc-env.wav. Check: filename is correct, check it's a WAV file, check your directory settings (Audio/Preferences). I checked and it is a wav file. I scream, for I do not understand...
Guilherme Nov 07 2016
Create a new folder where you normally keep all your other VST plugins, name it TR-909. Extract the folder "TN-909parts" to your newly created TR-909 folder. Place the folder with sounds titled "programme" straight to C: , otherwise the plugin wont be able to locate the sounds correctly. You're done! Open up your DAW of choice and search for your new Plugin.
I have a problem, I use E:> so i haven't got C:> folder. How can I solve this?
Eric Jan 14 2011
Make a folder in E: called "asdf" and put the programme folder in there
open the command prompt and write "subst C: E:asdf" and press enter
You must do this every time at startup - you can make a batch file in the startup folder to do this for you.
You need to put the "Programme" folder in the root of C:\ for this plug to work. Also mono out only? The sounds are actually good with great tweakability! Very true to the original (well obviously it's using samples too). Thumbs up!