By dirtboyDecember 15, in Logic Pro. I've deleted the AU cache. Just started logic and it's logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free they "couldn't be opened" i've updated everything. Sounds like you removed the VST version of the plug-ins. Logic only supports Audio Units plug-ins natively, and these are installed in. Mac mini 3. I foolishly tried to originally have logic read the plugins off of an external hard drive, which didn't work.
I'm stuck and need these to work to open some certain projects. What plug-ins are you talking about here? And what are your system specs? Without that it's very difficult to help you out.
Click this link to your signature and add your system information:. M-Audio Axiom Pro That's not the one to delete. But before you delete any cache files, please provide the required info. The list of Plugins is like long. I got all of them at once from someone who wants me to work on some of their Logic projects. I can't get any useful idea of what is going on in those projects because I can't get Logic to recognize any of the plugins I'm trying to add.
I used as intsructed "Waves AU Reg utility 8. There is also an uninstaller, but when I start the uninstaller, it claims there are no wave products detected. Can anyone help me figure out which audio cache I would delete to try and start from the beginning? I think that now I have the plugins in the right folder, if I can just start from square one hopefully things will work.
Still, it may just be you're running Logic in 64bit mode. You could probably run them as 32bit plug-ins Waves version 8 are 32bit-only If they are indeed scanned and successfully validated, you could then switch back to 64bit mode if you wish and use them via Logic's 32bit Audio Units Bridge. You're right, the Waves website would make it seem that version 8 of their plugins wouldn't work with my version of logic, only the person who I got these Logic files from is using the same version as I am and isn't having an issue with the plugins.
We both are running Logic in bit mode as well. The only plugins I have gotten to work are the ones that I never tried to run from the external hard drive. I guess that is why it would make sense to me to try logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free delete whatever record Logic has of the plug-ins an audio cache? But I have no idea how to do this or whether or not it makes any sense. Deleting the cache file will only force Logic to rescan plugins that are in these locations. If they're somewhere in some external drive nothing's going to happen.
Is there any other name it could have or location it could be in? Mske sure you're looking in your user Library folder. It's hidden by default in Lion. I'm having this exact same logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free. I have like plug-ins that are recognized in AU Logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free, but they "can't be opened".
Did you guys ever figure out a work around? Would love to make use of all of these plug-ins. Bump from me too, similar issue.
Not sure if the other guys followed any of these steps that got me stuck but in case they help:. My computer crashed a few weeks ago. Apparently it's a serious issue - the entire logic board needs to be replaced. To make matters worse, finding a replacement board has been nearly impossible. Oh, well. I blame brexit. In the meantime, I've decided to try to transfer all of my licensed and unlicenced DAWs and plug-ins to a temporary laptop. This has proven to be quite difficult. However, after som trial and error, I managed to transfer and re-install most of the programs and plug-ins; the only exception being the Waves 9.
The plug-ins we're successfully scanned and authorized in both Logic 9 and X, however the message "couldn't be opened" appeared in the Audio Units Manager for both DAWs. I assumed that something had gone wrong in the logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free process, and so therefore I maybe decided to download a torrent for Waves 9. This worked fine for Logic X, but Logic 9 couldn't find the files. I think that might be because Logic 9 isn't compatible with Waves 9.
So I might have downloaded another torrent for Waves 9. If anyone can help me troubleshooting this, I'd really appreciate it! Have been struggling with this for weeks and am feeling a little disheartened at this point. Another solution would be if some of you could recommend an Audio Unit Bridge for my SoundToys 4 plug-ins.
They are in bit and obviously can't work with Logic X without some help. I have tried a couple but none of them has worked thus far. Thanks a lot for adding that link! And welcome to Logic Pro Help. My new Logic Pro Book is out! It works like a charm! Good luck! You can post now and register later.
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Click here! Plug in's "couldn't be opened". Share More sharing options Followers 0. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted December 15, Any ideas. Imac 2. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options I moved all the plug ins out of the vst folder. Does any one know how to get rid of old instruments and effects from the audio unit manager i've deleted the files but there still showing up on the manager.
Jordi Torres Posted December 15, Officebear Posted November logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free, Posted November 15, I am having the same problem. Any ideas would be welcome. Logic Pro 9. Should I delete the audio cache "com. Jordi Torres Posted November 15, Logic is 9. Thanks, Geoff. Officebear Logic pro x plugin manager greyed out free November 16, Posted November 16, Jordi Torres Posted November 16, According to Waves, version 8 of their plug-ins is not supported on Logic 9.
This would apply to all your other 32bit-only plug-ins. There are also some non-waves plugins that aren't working.