Quote: Originally Posted by dannys1 Hey Tremo. I would probably recommend so yes - bar on duplicating your plugins so you had them separate for Ableton and Logic (could be an option perhaps) if you want to use both I guess sticking to top level categories only would make more sense. Its a shame Ableton doesn't allow it really. If you did use it, Ableton would just ignore the sub-folder. So you could set it up for Logic to have "Dynamics" then "Single Band, Multi Band, Limiters" etc etc - Logic would have top menu and then sub menu with the names inside, Ableton would just give you your plugin names within the top "Dynamics" menu. Thanks, that's fine -- I could work with one folder level to simplify things. BTW, I can confirm Audio Damage and Toneboosters not showing up (in the AUganizer demo).