The Plugin Browser makes it easy to browse and filter Plugins installed on your computer.
The filters tab at the top allows you to select how to filter the Plugins. There are 3 tabs:
This tab contains your collections. You can create collections such as “MySynths” and filter by the selected collections.
Filter plugins by category based on the plugin metadata, such as “Delay”, “Distortion”, etc.
Allows you to filter plugins based their protocol (eg., LV2 or SFZ).
Where applicable, you can Control-click to select multiple rows or deselect a row.
There are a couple of ways to instantiate plugins:
You can drag and drop the selected plugin into empty space in the Tracklist or into empty space in the Mixer to create a new track using that plugin.
Alternatively, you can drag the plugin on a mixer slot to add it there or replace the previous plugin.
If the plugin is a modulator, you can drop it into the Modulators tab.
Double click on the plugin or select it and press the return key on your keyboard to create a new track using that plugin.