FabFilter One online help

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Quick start

The installer will copy the FabFilter One plug-in into the common VST, VST 3, AU (OS X only) and Pro Tools plug-in folders on your computer. On Mac OS X, the global plug-in folders in /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins are used.

In most cases, your host will then recognize the plugin automatically. However, if the instructions below do not work, see Manual installation instead.

  • Cubase
    Choose an empty insert slot, for example in the Mixer, and select FabFilter One from the menu that appears. To use the MIDI features in One, create a new MIDI track and set its output to the One instance you have just created. (The VST 3 version of One can be found in the Instruments section.)
  • Logic Pro
    Choose an empty insert slot on one of your audio tracks, instrument tracks or buses and select FabFilter One from the pop-up menu. You will find FabFilter One in the Audio Units -> FabFilter section (named FF One).
  • Ableton Live
    In Session view, select the track you would like to place FabFilter One on, for example by clicking the track name. At the left top of Ableton Live's interface, click on the Plug-in Device Browser icon (third icon from the top). From the plug-ins list, double-click FabFilter/FabFilter One, or drag it onto the track.
  • Pro Tools
    Choose an empty insert slot on one of your audio tracks, instrument tracks or buses and select FabFilter One from the pop-up menu in the Instruments section.

Use the Presets button at the top of the plug-in interface to try different settings from the many factory presets that are bundled with FabFilter One. Have fun!

Next: FabFilter One overview

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