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- Written By
- Alex Siegel
- Date Created
- Thu, 15th Jul 2010
Plugin not showing up in DAW
I've installed the FG-X demo plugin/full version and it's not showing up in my DAW plugins list. How can I fix this?
For some DAW's, FG-X needs to be placed in it's own labeled folder inside the VST, AU, or RTAS plugins folders where all your other plugins are. If everything installed correctly, there are no iLok issues, and the plugin won't appear in your list, try creating a folder called "FG-X" in your plugins folder and moving the .dll file in there. Then, reboot your system and start a session.
Didn't work. Running Windows 7x64 and Reaper x64
fgx demo didnt work for me either. its there in my vst folder tried creating a new folder as suggested a new folder but still not appearing in my daw cubase 6 win 7 .ilock is ok as ssd ex working ok.so guess i wont be buying it.
I just purchased Digital Performer 8 recently. My VCC works great but the FG-X will only work in 32 bit mode. DP8 doesn't even recognize it in VST either although specs show it will work in 64 bit in VST. It would be great if slate could update the FG-X to work in 64 bit in Audio Units. Right now I have to use 32 bit but with my Mac Pro 8-core and 12 gig of RAM I would really like to go to 64 bit. Kevin
I'm with Kevin .. A Mac Native 64 bit version of FX-G would be more than welcome at this point. I'm sure you're on it. Is there an estimated release date? At this stage, this is one of the only plug-ins that forces me to force Logic to start in 32 bit mode.
Did you give me any warning that FG-X was 32bit only? ... Please! Bring this thing up to date!
Just purchased FG-X: is it possible that this thing not only doesn't support 64-bit mode, but also is incompatible with the Logic 32-bit bridge? If so, it is useless to me and I'd like my money back.
Amending my previous comment: while it IS only 32-bit, it DOES run under Logic's 32-bit bridge. To get it to work: open Logic in 32-bit mode, run AU manager, and "Reset and Rescan" the FG-X. Now when you re-open Logic in 64-bit mode the FG-X will appear in your list of 32-bit plugins. Thanks Nathanial!