By default, the sample libraries will be installed in the following locations:
C:Program FilesGoranGrooves SamplesHandy DrumsName Of The Plugin
Mac HD > Library > GoranGrooves Samples > Handy Drums > Name Of The Plugin
If you don’t find them in those locations, you may have chosen a different location during the installation procedure or you didn’t install them in the first place.
To check if they are installed, open up the standalone app of Handy Drums plugin in question.
Click on the drum icons above channels. Are you hearing any sound? Do you see the meters move when you click on the preview icons?
If you are seeing the meters move, it means that the sample library is installed and properly connected. You can check the sample library installation location in the plugins settings. More info.
If the meters are not showing and moving when auditioning drums, the plugin is not connected to the sample library or the sample library was not installed in the first place. In such case, run the installer again and make sure the sample library is selected to install.
It is also possible to change the default location during installation (PC only), relocate the samples library after install , or point your Sampled Instrument to an existing Sample Library (if you know where it is).
After you locate the sample library folder, make sure to restart the plugin and it should load fine.
If you are on Mac and are still unable to hear the sound, there could there be issues with app permissions on your MAC. You need to give both the plugin and your DAW full HD access in your Mac Security settings.