Originally Posted by phas3d
Try running them in 32 bit. I've been told they work better that way on Lion. Try it and let us know
Unfortunately I can't do that. After the migration from my Snow Leopard Mac Pro to the new Lion Mac Pro, I had some crazy install issues. So I was forced to reinstall Logic, and reinstall the 'prokit.framework' (*word to the wise: despite what some Apple support docs say online, NEVER delete the ProKit,.framework -- coz it's next to impossible to reinstall it).
So now that I've got my system back up and running, the one 'quirk' is that Logic will not boot in 32 bit mode. It crashes on startup if I attempt it, but works fine in 64 bit mode. I'm guessing that has to do with the damaged/replaced "prokit.framework', but can't be sure. It's annoying, because certain plugins (like the Abbey Road ones) need to be scanned in 32 bit mode first before they'll show up in 64 bit. Sigh. 'Progress'.
In any event, what's the point of Lexicon releasing updated 64 bit Lion-compatible plugins if they only work properly in 32 bit mode?
For now my workaround is simply to do my parameter tweaking while in 'stop' mode. It's a pain, but I'm hoping that after I upgrade to Mountain Lion, some of these issues may be sorted out.