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the fish fillet plug-ins
Old 17th July 2007
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the fish fillet plug-ins

i am trying to run these in Logic Pro 7.2 and the AU Manager never even recognizes the component. I keep rescanning all my plug-ins and they all work fine except for this one. anyone else have this problem?
Old 17th July 2007
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i have the vst versions converted to rtas for PT. never tried au. logic uses vst's, right? try those.

with that said, both the blockfish and the spitfish are two of my favorites. they both sound great.
Old 17th July 2007
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i am trying to run these in Logic Pro 7.2 and the AU Manager never even recognizes the component. I keep rescanning all my plug-ins and they all work fine except for this one. anyone else have this problem?
You didn't say what model you're running. If you're running an Intel Mac, be aware that the digitalfishphones plugs never made it to UB and never will so they won't work on your machine. If not, then I don't know what else to suggest. I guess just make sure they're in the /library/audio/plugins/components directory.
Old 17th July 2007
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with that said, both the blockfish and the spitfish are two of my favorites. they both sound great.
Yeah, they're cool, but the ressource comsumption seems to build up to the moon somehow, that's why I don't use them often.
Claus
Old 17th July 2007
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Yeah, they're cool, but the ressource comsumption seems to build up to the moon somehow, that's why I don't use them often.
Claus
yeah, i find my computer choking if i strap a good 5 of these on there. i end up having to bounce a few tracks to clear some proccessing power.
Old 17th July 2007
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You didn't say what model you're running. If you're running an Intel Mac, be aware that the digitalfishphones plugs never made it to UB and never will so they won't work on your machine. If not, then I don't know what else to suggest. I guess just make sure they're in the /library/audio/plugins/components directory.

ah i didn't know that it wouldn't work on Intel Macs. Well it kinds sucks that I won't be able to use them. thanks.
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