It’s here! Auganizer v1.1. This release is all about adding compatibility and functionality across the board. We’ve made lots of changes on the backend of the software to cater for just about every plugin out there. Everything is silky smooth and running great and we’ve added a whole bunch of features since v1.01 including, but not limited to. The ability to free up disk space by applying all changes to your system folder after editing. Logic presets now follow plugin renames around no matter how many times you change, update or revert. We’ve added support for Automap enabled plugins. Full compatibility with Garageband 10. The ability to revert all plugins (or selected plugins) to a pure pre Auganizer state. The ability refresh the plugin list without closing and opening Auganizer. Ableton changes now appear in a “Auganized” folder under “Places”. Various improvements based on user feedback. We’ve squashed lots of bugs too including; Unlocking plugins for users with a custom home directory Wrong popups for updated components when two versions of the same plugin exist A crash that could occur when quitting Auganizer Fixes for 32Lives GUI’s in Auganizer (100% compatibility with 32Lives now) Fixed bug for “iLok not found” in Slate Digital VBC Bugs fixed for missing GUIs (by adding, “copy back to system folder” feature) Signed plugins are no longer touched or edited. In testing, 100% compatibility with every plugin developer, there are currently no known problem plugins. We’re very happy with Auganizer 1.1, we brought forward a lot of features planned for the future to accommodate the way some plugins work which means we’re ahead of our planned roadmap and yet we will lots of ideas to implement going forward. Auganizer 1.1 is solid, reliable and feature packed. To update, simply check for updates in the Auganizer menu once opened. Ive made a raw but through walk through video here —> YouTube The getting started guide has also been updated to explain the new menus and options —> Auganizer | Getting Started, Help Guide and Manual. And i’ll be working on a PDF manual for those who requested one over the next week. The super super short getting started guide from me would be as follows. Open Auganizer, unlock all plugins, rename and arrange the way you want, move all changes back to system folder, enjoy! Id like to thank all the companies who’ve been so kind to contribute, support or help with v1.1 by donating their great products or working closely with us including but not limited to Native Instruments, Waves, Slate Digital, The Plugin Alliance, Sonnox, Softube, Lexicon, MCDSP, Fab Filter, FXPansion, Gforce, Arturia, Fluxtone, Focusrite, Audio Damage, Sonalksis, SKnote, Sinevibes, reFX, PSP Audioware, Plug & Mix, XILS Labs, D16 Group, Spectrasonics, u-he, Tritone Digital, Toneboosters, Tone2, Sugar Bytes, Stillwell, SPL, Ploytek, OHMForce, Nomad Factory, MOTU, Matthew Lane, Madrona Labs, LVC-Audio, Kusa, Kussa, Hornet, HOFA, HeelAudio, Hamberg Audio, Glitch Machines, Expert Sleepers, Eareckon, Cytomic, Cycling74, Cakewalk, Cableguys, Boz Digital Labs, Audioease, Audio Realism, AccSone, 112db.