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indusrush
post May 17 2020, 10:28 AM
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I have installed the Retro Mix Filter on my Mac 10.12.6 Sierra and the files from Plug & Play went straight into the VST folder as a Plug & Play folder. I cannot find the plug in in Logic. Should this file of plug ins be in the components folder or the VST folder?
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Ashley Smith
post May 18 2020, 10:31 AM
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Hi,

For any/all technical support please be sure to contact http://help.plugandmix.com so our team can pull up your information and work through the help-desk, our forums are rarely utilized these days.

You need to ensure you have installed the AU (Audio Unit) format for use in Logic. It sounds like you have mistakenly installed VST which is not supported by Logic.

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post May 18 2020, 10:47 AM
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Thanks Ashley, you were right...I don't know how I did that!?
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Hi,

For any/all technical support please be sure to contact http://help.plugandmix.com so our team can pull up your information and work through the help-desk, our forums are rarely utilized these days.

You need to ensure you have installed the AU (Audio Unit) format for use in Logic. It sounds like you have mistakenly installed VST which is not supported by Logic.

Downloads Are Here

Thanks!

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