Logic pro updating information about audio unit plugins
Please also see the link below regarding Logic Pro 9 64bit.
For details on Logic Pro X, please see our knowledge base article, linked here.
I have a very annoying problem I hope somebody out there can help me with.
I recently upgraded my OS to Mountain Lion and soon after that I installed Logic X (very cool).
They are with the latest version of MIDI Guitar, which is currently only available to customers.
If you purchased the desktop version of MIDI Guitar, please launch the MIDI Guitar application.
When you reach the Installation Type window of the installer, make sure you check the Audio Unit Plug-In box.The picture below shows a typical validation window.If your plugin is not being detected by Logic Pro 9 please try either or all of the following procedures. When you next restart Logic Pro it will do a fresh scan of any installed Audio Units and your plugin should now appear in the Audio Units list in Logic Pro.3.If you had encountered a problem with a plugin that required removing and reinstalling it, in most cases clicking the Reset & Rescan Selection button will allow this re-installation to take effect without having to reboot Logic.A Failed Validation message in the Compatibility column is often the result of a plugin that is either not compatible, or needs to be reinstalled.