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  • #40005
    Synthman
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    Hi Atom,

    me again asking about how to generate a working AU on OS-X 10.9.3.
    I tryed out your last nightly, but it is not possible to create my editor
    as an AU.
    I can generate an instance with Logic 9 Express, but it does not work with Garage Band or Logic Pro X. If I try to make an instance with Garage Band the export function does not work.
    Any solution?

    #40016
    atom
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    I have no idea, i don’t use OSX at all. I’ll be doing some Machine testing so i’ll have a look at this. But i don’t own either Logic or anything else Apple made and most of all i don’t know these programs so it’s hard for me to test anything in them.

    I’ll try to do some basic tests, if i find anything i’ll fix it.

    Can you share some more details “the export function does not work” what does that mewan ? do you get an error ? what kind ?

    #42151
    Synthman
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    Hi Atom,

    if I try to export the instance within Grage Band nothing happens. A few seconds later the screen of the CTRLR-Window freezes and the only thing you can do is closing the application.
    If you want to fix these issues you need OS-X and Logic Pro X. Otherwise you can´t test it. Maybe if you have a MAC running OS-X 10.9 you can check all your fixes with the free Garage Band if the export works. Because this generated AU should also run with LOGIC PRO X.
    I think the problem is due to some changes in registering the new AU´s in Apples latest OS since Mavericks and of course its 64 Bit architecture.

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