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DAWs, short for “Digital Audio Workstations”, are music production software programs that have a comprehensive set of tools for recording, editing, and mixing digital audio. Neural DSP plugins include standalone apps, meaning that you don’t need a DAW to use them. However, if you are planning on recording your playing, you will need to install your plugins to your DAW.

A complete installation setup will automatically install all the different plugin formats:

  • APP: Standalone app.
  • AU: Plugin format developed by Apple for use on macOS.
  • VST2: Multi-platform format compatible across multiple DAWs on both macOS and Windows devices.
  • VST3: An improved version of the VST2 format that only uses resources during monitoring/playback. It’s also available on both macOS and Windows devices.
  • AAX: Pro Tools native format. It can only be used on Avid Pro Tools.

Most DAWs automatically scan for new plugins upon launch. If you cannot find the plugins in your DAW’s plugin manager, manually rescan the plugin folder to locate the missing files. Our plugins are compatible with a wide range of DAWs. Below is a list of the DAWs we have tested:

  • Ableton Live 12
  • Pro Tools 2024
  • Logic Pro X
  • Cubase 13
  • Reaper 7
  • Presonus Studio One 6
  • Reason 12
  • FL Studio 21
  • Cakewalk by Bandlab 2022

If your DAW is not listed above, our plugins might still work. If you encounter any compatibility issues, don’t hesitate to contact us at for further assistance.

Once your plugins are available in your DAW, create a new project, insert a new audio track, arm it for recording, and load the plugin onto the track.