Please allow for Vst3s to be accessed from folders on external or secondary drives. Studio One Professional is the only DAW that doesn't allow for this. Having the C: Program files/common files/vst3 as a default is fine as long as it is possible to move the Vst3s from that folder to one on an external or secondary drive and still be recognised by Studio One, just as all other DAWs will allow for. Will this be possible on future versions of Studio One?
@colinotoole & @raweber One may add custom locations for Vst3s on external or secondary drives but Studio One will NOT recognise the new location and Vst3s in the new location will NOT be added to the browser. This ONLY applies to Vst3s and not to other types of plugins such as Vst2s which Studio One WILL recognise on external or secondary drives and WILL add to the browser
The feature I'm requesting has not been added as of the release of version 6.
By the way I've never kept, nor have I known other professionals that have kept, plugins on their OS drive, it's generally simply not done.