Generating an AU on Mac

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  • #23880
    Synthman
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    Hello,

    I hope someone can help me.
    I built an editor which should be an AU.
    Now I tried several DAW Demoversions (Reaper, Ableton) on a Mac with
    OSX 10.9.2 (Mavericks) to generate this AU. Ctrlr is the latest for MAC.
    The editor is generated with its ending “component”, but all hosts I use does not show this AU.

    My question is what do I need to generate a functional Audio Unit or can this be generated with Logic only? Who has experience in generating AU´s on OSX 10.9 with Logic Pro X.

    All VST´s I made are working on all systems-

    Thanks to all.

    #23970
    msepsis
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    See THIS thread.

    Monstrum Media | Music, Sound & Software Design, Chicago / San Francisco listen

    #23972
    Synthman
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    Thanks. So when I read this it is not possible yet.

    How did you generate your AU´s in the past?

    #23973
    atom
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    There has been the “old way” that used special binary .rsrc files that i exported with the instance, now i see the same information is in the Info.plist file (it has not been there before) and the auval and auvaltool utilities use that to find the unique ID of the component.

    #23996
    Synthman
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    Is this a change of the Lua console? Or is this because of the new OSX 10.9.xx.
    Do you think you can fix it in further updates.

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