I cannot find any application after installing?

Fredrik Lidström9 470 views10 posts
  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    Our products are VST/AU plugins that requires either an AU compatible host (Logic, Garageband) or a VST compatibile host (Live, FL Studio, Cubase, Reaper) to load them into. There are no stand alone applications, that is why you do not get any application icons when installing.

    If you do not own a VST/AU host, you can still load our product up with a free host such as VST Lord for Mac or VST Host for Windows.

  • Users avatarGriffin Avid

    Any idea where the DLL is kept/installed to on a windows 7 system? I'd like to point several hosts to that .dll for registration.

  • Users avatarPaizt

    Hey There!

    I installed Synplant on my new macbook pro.

    normally LIVE will detect all VST automatically.

    It also did so with other VST-Plugins....NO PROBLEM AT ALL.

    But I can't find the Synplant VST anywhere.....there is a folder in live and all....but there isn't any content.

    Any clue what my mistake is?

    Best,

    Christian

  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    Hey, you need to run Live in 32-bit mode for Synplant to work. We are working on a 64-bit update, but we do not have a release date on it yet.

    Update 20140814: Synplant has been available in 64-bit for some months now, so no more reason to run Live in 32-bit mode.

  • Users avatarTankgirl

    hey :wacko: where do i find synplant in logic pro x?

  • Users avatarMagnus Lidström

    - Tankgirl wrote:
    hey :wacko: where do i find synplant in logic pro x?

    I am no Logic expert, but this is how I launch plug-ins in Logic X...

    Instantiate Plugin in Logic X.png
  • Users avatarBilly Kagaras

    - Fredrik Lidström wrote:
    Our products are VST/AU plugins that requires either an AU compatible host (Logic, Garageband) or a VST compatibile host (Live, FL Studio, Cubase, Reaper) to load them into. There are no stand alone applications, that is why you do not get any application icons when installing.
    If you do not own a VST/AU host, you can still load our product up with a free host such as VST Lord for Mac or VST Host for Windows.

    I've downloaded VST Lord and gone through the instructions though it gets a little confusing. It tells me to open up a synth (which i don't know what that is) to be able to open the plugin. Any way you could guide me through getting it past VST Lord and into Protools ?

  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    Hey, I do not use Protools myself so I have not tested any of these methods, but maybe someone else has any tips on VSTs in Protools?

    http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2013/7/10/7-ways-to-host-vst-or-au-plug-ins-in-pro-tools-11-and-earlie.html

    To load any of our plug-ins in VST Lord, you can find the VSTs installed on your system in the following folder.

    /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/Sonic Charge

  • Users avatarEydexlo

    How do you open Synplant? I have VSThost and I tried loading the .dll but nothing works

  • Users avatarFredrik Lidström

    Synplant should load in VSThost, I use it a lot myself for testing. Make sure you drop the correct DLL (32 / 64-bit) in the correct VSThost (32 / 64-bit). That's probably my only suggestion, hope it works. =)

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