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    Help with the PLAY plugin 2.1.2

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    I just got EastWest Symphony Orchestra Gold installed yesterday, and I can't seem to get it to run as a plugin in x64 yet it's meant to support 64 bit.

    I've tried starting logic in 32 bit to get it to pick it up, then back to x64 to see if it'll rescan etc.

    Tried rescanning through the AU Manager.

    Tried deleting the .component file from the library and re-installing.

    No Luck.

    So if anyone has any suggestions as to what I can do then please help.


    It shows up under AU Instruments (32 Bit) --> EastWest --> PLAY
    But not under AU Instruments [64 bit]

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    Its not a plugin its just a soundcard...if its installed than your good to go.

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    ohhh your talking about a symphony vsti? never heard of it..nvm

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