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[SOLVED] patches not showing up in Logic
Last post Sun, Mar 20 2016 by AKMusicProductions, 6 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Jan 18 2011 23:10
by Ducasse
Joined on Wed, Jun 06 2007, Posts 48

I have successfully used vi much before. I upgraded to Snow Leopard, re-installed everything (logic and VI) and opened up old project. VI loaded, but no samples were loaded. Ah- I went to satndalone VI, and sure enough I hadn't updated my directory. I did so, and could play samples in standalone. Still unable to load samples in Logic though. I tried to rescan and validate VI again in the AU manager, but no luck. I still can't see any patches etc in Logic. Any ideas? Thanks!

Posted on Wed, Jan 19 2011 22:21
by Ducasse
Joined on Wed, Jun 06 2007, Posts 48

got it sorted..

Posted on Wed, Jun 29 2011 19:02
by tweMusic
Joined on Mon, Jun 27 2011, Posts 2
Sorry to reply to your question with a question, but I think you might be able to help me--- here is the question I'm about to post, so if you could help me out it would be greatly appreciated.



so, I'm running an IMax OS X 10.6.7, with Logic Pro 9.1.4

I recently downloaded Vienna Symphonic Library Special Edition and Special Edition plus, the latest version. Everything is now downloaded and ready to go, and I have started messing around with patches, saving matrices, etc. on the standalone Vienna Software.

So my question is, how do I import the VI's into a Logic Project? I have read the Logic Manual, and it doesn't provide detailed instructions on how to do this. When I look at the Allowable VI plug ins in Logic, it shows the vienna instruments there, but I just don't know how exactly to go from having the matrices saved in my custom folder, using them with the standalone vienna player to actually using them within a Logic Project to create midi regions/tracks, and turn old midid regions/tracks that were created with Logic instruments in to tracks/regions with the Vienna Virtual Instruments.

Posted on Thu, Oct 13 2011 03:03
by hellojunbie
Joined on Wed, Oct 05 2011, Posts 2
Hi tweMusic, did you ever find an answer to this? I need help with the same things!
Posted on Sun, Mar 20 2016 00:37
by tbaxter
Joined on Sat, Jan 26 2013, Posts 1

Go to Applications, Vienna Instruments and open Directory Manager.  Add folder.  Choose the folder with your instruments in it.  I had changed the name of my external hard drive, so Vienna Instruments couldn't locate the samples.

Posted on Sun, Mar 20 2016 03:18
by AKMusicProductions
Joined on Thu, Mar 14 2013, Minneapolis, MN USA, Posts 10

You're 5 years too late...  ;)

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