Go to Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components. If you can see your plugin in the list of Audio Units, select the file and move it to the Desktop.Restart the Mac and start Logic Pro, then shut down Logic Pro and move the Audio Units which were moved to the desktop back into the HD/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components folder.Because Reaper is not one of our officially supported hosts, we do not guarantee we can get this working for you.We can, however, guarantee that we will try our best to figure this out with you.For details on Logic Pro X, please see our knowledge base article, linked here. I know you don’t have any forums, and I Googled a bit and not found a solution yet, but lately Logic Pro X keeps scanning Audio Unit plugins every day now.Resetting preferences doesn’t affect your project files, presets, or patches.
You can also adjust Smart Controls on selected tracks, play and record software instruments using a musical keyboard with piano keys or scale mode, trigger drum pads to create beats (all while controlling velocity and note repeat), and use shortcuts using a set of customizable key commands.However, there are some surprising and useful new additions in this free update from Apple.Let’s take a look at the main ones and then you can browse through the full feature list and bug fixes below.If you’re using an external audio interface, first try to use the built-in audio on your Mac instead of the interface.If the issue continues to occur, open Logic Pro X without audio input and output.
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.