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Q: How do I buy the plugin?
A: 1 - First you need to register to on the website https://www.imoxplus.com/site/index.php/account?view=registration
         you only need to do this once..  please remember your username and password
    2 - Then you click on the Purchase - BUY RESPIRO and “BUY NOW"
         then you follow the steps in the purchase process. At the checkout you will receive the option to either pay via Paypal or credit card…
    3 - You will be returned to our website after you completed the transaction.
         -  the store will add a download link in your account "My Downloads" menu.
         - You will receive a mail containing a link to your personal download page which contains your purchased items.
Q: Will you provide a demo version of Resipiro? A free to download trial version? 
A: We don't provide a free to download trial version, but we guarantee full money back for your purchase. You can ask for a refund within 14 days after your purchase.

Q: What is included in the download?
A: We don't provide a free to download trial version, but we guarantee full money back for your purchase. You can ask for a refund within 14 days after your purchase.

Q: What sort of copy protection do you use? 
A: You get a WINDOWS installer for VST3i and Standalone and a MAC installater for VST3i, AU and Standalone

Q: I get this error "ERR03 - Sorry, something went wrong on the server side - Code 127"
A: this is most likely due to a firewall or antivirus blocking the licensing communication protocol. Please try temporary disabling your firewall or Antivirus while activating the license. 
    You can turn on your firewall / Antivirus once your license is activated.

Q: May I install multiple times Respiro on my different computers?
A: Yes, as long as you are the licensed user using Respiro. Nobody, except yourself may use Respiro. 

Q: Which are the supported Hosts / DAWs?
A: Respiro plugin is compatible with any host/DAW 64-bit supporting VST3i/Audio Units. Contact our support if you experience some unexpected behavior in your host/DAW . 

not supported: Magix Samplitude and Sequoia are currently not supporting VST3i. 

Q: Which are the supported formats and OS?
A: Audio Units, VST3 64-bit

    Mac OSX 10.7 to 10.11 (El Capitan), macOS 10.12 (Sierra) to 10.14 (Mojave)
    Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, all 64-bit only

Q: I do not have a DAW that handles VST3. Could you recommend a free DAW?
A: Here are some free AU or VST3 hosts that usually work with Repiro.

On Windows:
- VSTHost ( http://www.hermannseib.com/english/vsthost.htm )
- SaviHost ( http://www.hermannseib.com/english/savihost.htm )
- Camelot Pro (https://camelotpro.com )

On Mac:
- Mainstage
- Logic Pro
- Presonus Studio One
- Camelot Pro (https://camelotpro.com )
- Hosting AU ( http://ju-x.com/hostingau.html )

Q: Do you have plans to release a Linux version?
A: Yes, but no date has been set.

Q: Do you have plans to release an ios version?
A: Yes, but no date has been set.

Q: Do you a stand-alone version?
A: Yes, this is included as version 1.1.0 and available

Q: I'm a Mac user, how can I run multiple stand-alone instances to create an ensemble setup?
A: open Terminal command line. Enter  open -n -a "respiro.app"  to open a new instance.

Q: Where can I download Manual and Installation Guide?
A: See. our website in Support menu. You will find a link to the PDF file. 

Q: Do you have plans to expand the instrument library?
A: Yes, more “instruments” will be made available for Respiro.

Q: Can I use Respiro just with a standard midi keyboard?
A: Yes, Although you loose some great expression you can set a controller on your keyboard to send a fixed value on CC02 (Breath). 
     Respiro will wait till a note on is received and only make sound if the CC02 value is above value 0.

Q: What windcontrol is currently recommended to play Respiro
A: A midi wind-controller is a personal choice. But is you want a maximum of control then we recommend the Sylphyo which has groundbreaking controller features.

Q: Do you have plans to add polyphonic mode?
A: No, we don't. But you can add Respiro on multiple tracks in your DAW and get rich sound by layering etc... 

Q: How well does Respiro Support MPE controllers?
A: Respiro is a pressure driven mono-synth. But it has special features to handle MPE input. You can load multiple instances of Respiro and have them all dealing with a different MPE Channel.
    One point of attention: Respiro is a physical model engine and therefore it is a challenge to handle large bend ranges. Many instruments respond well to large bend shifts -24+24, but some might get in trouble and not follow the right pitch.