On a Mac you simply install the software, be it instrument or fx plugins. They go to the correct place automatically without you needing to choose where. You don't have to say "Go into the VST folder on my main drive" like you do in Windows. Just let the Mac decide the default location for you (Usually your Main HD where you installed the OS) and all will be ok.
So the next thing is...
I think the following would be useful for you to read and understand...http://documentation.apple.com/en/logicpro/usermanual/#chapter=10%26section=2
Study both of the following;
1) To insert FX Plugins
2) To insert software instrument, Audio Units Generator, or MIDI-controlled effects
After you have read and understood both of those sections of the help manual.. then you should ask questions because at the moment, what you are saying, isn't making much sense to me at least...(..and I do understand that part of it may well be caused by the fact that English doesn't appear to be your first language so you might want to look at the specific language version of the help manual you need to fully understand everything without needing to translate)
Ahhh! Fair Enough....!!!
I don't think Music has any particular language,
But thanks anyway for your help and I understand what you are trying to say.
This is an example about what I did using windows and Ableton Live 8.
Is one of my work that I prefer more.
"Blind" I'm behind all the production, guitars, voices and rest.
All this to say! Once I learned how to use Logic Pro..., maybe quality and rest will effect my Music, because I know this it was't the best about quality and not only.
Reason why I'm using Mac now:)
And That's why I'm looking for help xx
I mean If I learned how to use Ableton Live by myself, why it shouldn't be the same for Logic?? xxx