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Vienna Suite installer doesn't include AudioUnits
Last post Tue, Nov 17 2020 by marnix, 2 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Nov 17 2020 00:21
by xazqe
Joined on Wed, Mar 12 2014, Posts 1


When installing the Vienna Suite 1.5.3329 (not Pro version), the installer only installs VST, VST3 and AAX versions. AudioUnits for Logic Pro X (AU) are not selectable/don't show up as an option in the installer, even though the website product description states that AU is supported ("VST/VST3/AU/AAX Native compatible host").

I'm running MacOS Mojave 10.14.6 and the plugins show up and work in Pro Tools, Reason Suite 11, Maschine and Komplete Kontrol. But not in Logic Pro X, so the Audio Units must be missing in the installer package.

Is there a workaround or could Vienna provide an installer that contains the AudioUnits? Logic is the DAW I use, so I have to get this to work.

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Posted on Tue, Nov 17 2020 07:11
by marnix
Joined on Tue, Mar 16 2004, Vienna, Posts 1002

Hello xazqe,

On Macs, the Vienna Suite Audio Unit plug-ins are installed by default and cannot be deselected, this is why they are not specifically listed in the Installer.

Please check in /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/ - you should be able to find the Vienna Suite AU components there!

Generally, please make sure to allow all your music applications, especially Logic, to control SYNSOPOS when prompted. (SYNSOPOS is an essential part of eLicenser, our copy protection).

You can also adjust this setting later on in the Automation tab (System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Automation - please see screenshot)

If the Vienna Suite plug-ins are still not available in Logic, you may need to delete your AU cache file, which will force Logic to re-scan for plug-ins the next time you launch it:

1. Quit Logic Pro X.

2. Click on your Desktop wallpaper to focus the Finder.

3. Click on Go in the menu bar, hold down the Option key on your keyboard, and choose Library from the Go menu.  This will take you to the User(!) Library folder

4. Once inside the User Library folder, go to the Caches folder and then the AudioUnitCache folder.

5. Drag this file to the trash: com.apple.audiounits.cache

6. Empty the trash.

7. Restart your computer.

8. Restart Logic X.

Does that make a difference?

Best, Marnix

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