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Can anyone help me how to connect Reaper to UE4 and use VST plugins?

Hi guys! Im new here, and I would like to connect some DAW to UE4 and use Some VST plugins with MIDI. The whole plan is, got MIDI as an input, send to DAW throught VST and sent to output simultanously with some visualisation in UE4. I stuck already in the begining.... How to connect a DAW plugin? Generate MIDI for testing? atc. I worked with unity before, and with DAW-s too, mainly Reaper and some plugins.I would like to combine them... Google wont help...there are some topics that peaple are using it but how?

Thanks for advices

Product Version: UE 4.17
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asked Aug 09 '17 at 12:32 PM in Using UE4

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