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how do you put in alamb2 plugins

Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 3:52pm

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giyanks22

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Can you import alamb2 plugins into fx effects lab pro?
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 4:21pm

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Aculag

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I have to say, that is a pretty funny post.
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 4:26pm

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giyanks22

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what can I say I'm new to this?
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 4:34pm

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giyanks22 wrote:

what can I say I'm new to this?
What, English?

cool

Have a read of the product information on this website for full details of what you can and cannot do.
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 4:34pm

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Xcession

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Well just to help you along

a) its "Alamdv 2"
b) its "EffectsLab Pro" by "FXhome"
c) A new thread is created about this practically every day so your best bet is the Search, which will no doubt yield hundreds of matches which will help you.
d) If you'd posted in a more appropriate forum to begin with - for example "FXhome Product discussion" or "EffectsLab Help" - rather than "Website Help", you'd have found the answers almost immediately. The "EffectsLab Help" forum contains several questions, with answers, on specifically this topic, on the first page of topics alone.

Due to its duplicative nature, this thread will be deleted in 24hrs.
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 7:20pm

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Aculag

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You should have posted a countdown ticker. That would have made your last line far more dramatic. smile
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 7:29pm

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Simon K Jones

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Rating: +1

Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 8:58pm

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Aculag

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There we go.
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 11:39pm

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SilverDragon7

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Who is that?

It's probably someone I should know, and I'll feel stupid if I do.
Posted: Tue, 24th Jul 2007, 11:48pm

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Axeman

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That would be Jack Bauer, from the tv show "24." aka Keifer Sutherland.
Posted: Wed, 1st Aug 2007, 9:35am

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Phileep

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some say, that superman has 'Jack Bauer' pjamas.
Posted: Sat, 25th Aug 2007, 10:22am

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Link123456

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Just a thought here, although I did chuckle a little at this thread I can't help but think we were a little harsh on him. After all, he is a n00b.
Posted: Sat, 25th Aug 2007, 11:09am

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szczepanski

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Link123456 wrote:

Just a thought here, although I did chuckle a little at this thread I can't help but think we were a little harsh on him. After all, he is a n00b.
HE IS NEW.. N00b is a harsh way to say that someone is new, and xcession I understand why you are terminating this topic, but wouldn't it be nicer just to move it to the right forum?
Meh.
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