I want the ability to tell Protools where to go look for my AAX plugins (or any other plugins). Currently, you have to store all plugins on the C: drive. I use the C: drive of a Windows box for my operating system only. I have a D: drive for all my applications, sound files and plugins, and I have an E: drive for my Protools project files and song ideas. The C drive is a standard mechanical drive, and the D & E drives are solid state for faster access times - by design, for programs that draw a lot of samples from the app drive. I don't want BFD3 or other heavily sample based app hitting my C drive and clobbering my operating system when it soaks the seek time. I would like the ability to tell Protools which drive to install on, and on which drive the plugins should reside. At minimum, I would accept PT making me install on the system drive if that was my only option, but I definitely want the ability to store all my plugins on another drive, and to be able to tell PT what the path is to my AAX or other plugins.
Idea No. 380