VST3 is the next generation of VST2. It allows audio plugin developers more freedoms to bring better features to beatmakers, and audio engineers. Learn the differences, their installation folder, and how to back them up.
The FL Studio plugin database is stored within your Documents, which is known as your User Data Folder. This is the same location on both Windows and Mac. (This is where FL Studio allows us to store various aspects like templates, MIDI Scripts, and VST presets.)
Effects are mixing and mastering plugins to fix and correct your audio. Generators can be virtual instruments that allow producers to play instruments like pianos, guitars, and such.
Sometimes “Add to plugin database (flag as favorite)” doesn’t add a plugin into the Plugin database. Learn the workaround to get the Plugin database all set up and organized!
How to organize the FL Studio Plugin database Effects, Generators, and Installed folders, and keep it backed up and maintained no matter if FL Studio updates, or you install a fresh copy of FL Studio.