The installer will copy the FabFilter Twin 3 plug-in into the common VST, VST 3, AU (macOS only)
and Pro Tools plug-in folders on your computer. On macOS, 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
Create a new stereo instrument track and add FabFilter Twin 3 as the first insert.
Click the '+' button next to the Inserts tab of an audio track, instrument track or bus and
select 'FabFilter Twin 3' from the drop-down menu.
Create an Audio Instrument track in the arrange window and select FabFilter Twin 3 as the input
and choose a preferred output. You will find FabFilter Twin 3 in the Audio Units ->
In Session view, select the MIDI track you would like to place FabFilter Twin 3 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 Twin 3, or drag it onto the track.
Open the VST Instruments panel, click on an empty slot and select FabFilter Twin from the menu
that appears. Right-click in the list of tracks and choose Add MIDI Track to create a new MIDI
track and assign it to the new FabFilter Twin 3 instrument.