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My Account: Login Problems

I created an account, but I never received a confirmation email.

We require all of our new customers to verify the email address on their account. If you can’t find this email in your spam folder, you may have mistyped your email address when you signed up. Try signing up again with the same email to resend your activation email. 


Every time we send a new activation link, all previous links become invalid, so it's best to wait a few minutes for the message to be delivered before trying again. If you still don’t receive the activation email, your email service may have rejected the message. Contact our Support team and they can send you an activation link.


My Account: Activation Code Redemption

How to activate licenses that were purchased outside of the Plugin Alliance store

If you have purchased our plugins from another party such as Plugin Boutique, Sweetwater or any other place outside of the Plugin Alliance store, or if you have have received our plugins as part of a bundled offer such as our Studio Magic Bundle with PreSonus, you should have received an activation code from them. 


Before you can download and install your plugins, you will need to redeem that code in your Plugin Alliance account. Below are the steps for how to do so:


First, go to the Activation Page on our website


Then, Copy and paste the Activation Code that you  into the voucher text box


Continue checkout and log in to your Plugin Alliance account. If you don’t have one yet, you can create an account and return to the activate page to continue


Complete the checkout process. Your order total will be $0 since you already paid for the plugins with a third-party. The plugin license will not be added to your account until you click the “Place Order” button at the end of the process



The order success page includes links to download your new plugins!


How do I access my plugins with a voucher code I got from a third party reseller?

If you purchased any Plugin Alliance products outside of our store, you will need to convert the voucher code that you received into a license.

All you need to do is download your installers from our Installation Manager or from your Manage Registered Plugins page, install the plugins and then authorize them either in your DAW or on your Manage Devices page. 

The instructions for online authorization below:

If your audio computer has an internet connection, the process is very simple. The first time you use the plugin, click "I'm online" and then enter your login info, and then click "Activate." That's all there is to it! You can find more info about our activation process in the activation manual.




I entered my Activation Code but the page crashed

Yes, the transaction was indeed completed and your Studio Magic bundled plugins are now waiting for you on your Manage Registered Plugins page. The one plugin that you won't find on there is the SPL Attacker and the installers for it are below: 


https://files.plugin-alliance.com/products/legacy/spl_attacker_mac_1_9.zip

https://files.plugin-alliance.com/products/legacy/spl_attacker_win_x64_1_9.zip

https://files.plugin-alliance.com/products/legacy/spl_attacker_win_x86_1_9.zip


My Account: Managing Your Devices

Why did my Machine ID change even though I did not get a new computer?

On Windows, making any of the changes in the following list will change your machine ID.

  • Replacing your system hard drive
  • Replacing your CPU
  • Changing your computer name
  • Changing your BIOS settings

This will cause our plugins to think that you are using a different computer. If this happens, you can use the "Deactivate" button on the Manage Devices page to delete your "old" machine. However, there is a limit to the number of times you can do that, so if you find that the plugins frequently require reactivation after you make changes to your computer, consider activating your licenses on a USB drive instead.

Then you can freely change any settings or even use different computers without the hassle of reactivating often. For details on how to license a flash drive, please check the activation manual.


I bought a new computer so how do I activate my plugins on it?

The process of moving your activations, or otherwise installing and activating your plugins to a new computer is very simple.

On the Manage Devices page, you will see all of your currently activated computers and USB drives under Activated Devices. Click on the “Deactivate” button next to the name of the device that you want to remove.

Then, please download our Installation Manager to obtain the installers for your plugins.

Download and run the installers for the plugins you want and the next time you use a plugin, you will be prompted to activate it, if you’ve never previously done so on the new machine.

When you enter your log in info, be sure that "Activate all my plugins" is selected so that you only have to go through this process once. After you enter your info and the licensor contacts our server, your plugins will be activated on your new computer.

Can I reclaim a license from a computer that I am no longer using?
When you purchase a Plugin Alliance plugin, you are allowed to activate that plugin on as many as three different machines. If you stop using one of those machines, you can deactivate it on the Manage Devices page. You will see a list of your activated devices, with a “Deactivate” button next to each one.


I'm worried about maxing out my deletions
We have a deletion limit as a way to prevent abuse, but we do understand that it can be an inconvenience. Don't worry, we don't mind resetting the deletion count for legitimate users. Please contact our tech support team and they will reset it for you.


By the way, in case you didn't know, there's almost never any need to individually deactivate your plugins one at a time. Normally, you can just go to Manage Devices and there you'll see a list of your authorized machines, and a "Deactivate" button that removes all the authorizations from a machine all at once. It will make your life a lot easier if you frequently upgrade systems.


How can I prevent maxing out my deletions on Windows?

You generally don't need to delete a machine when you reformat your hard drive. Our servers will still be able to recognize that you’re using the same computer, so you can reauthorize it without wasting an authorization.

 

However, the following changes will change your machine ID:


  • Replacing your system hard drive
  • Replacing your CPU
  • Changing your computer name
  • Changing your BIOS settings (if you're not sure what this is, here's an article about it)


So if you find that your PA plugins don't recognize your computer after you make changes, please consider keeping at least one of your three authorizations on a flash drive. Then you can freely change any settings or even use different computers without worry of running out of deletions again. Here's how to do that:

 

Make sure your USB drive is in your computer. Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. An authorization window will pop up. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked. Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info. Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


One more thing, in case you didn't know: There's almost never any need to individually deactivate your plugins one at a time. Normally, you can just go to Manage Devices and there you'll see a list of your authorized machines, and a "Deactivate" button that removes all the authorizations from a machine all at once. It will make your life a lot easier if you frequently upgrade systems.


How do I avoid maxing out my deletion limit on a Mac?

You don't need to delete a machine when you reformat your hard drive or update your system. Our servers will still be able to recognize that you’re using the same computer, so you can reauthorize it without wasting an authorization.

 

Also, keep in mind that if the same machine is deactivated more than once, it will not be counted again. But if you do frequently need to move your authorizations to unique computers, please consider keeping at least one of your three authorizations on a flash drive. Then you can freely move your licenses from one computer to another without worry of running out of deletions again. Here's how to do that:

 

Make sure your usb drive is in your computer. Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. An authorization window will pop up. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked. Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info. Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


One more thing, in case you didn't know: There's almost never any need to individually deactivate your plugins one at a time. Normally, you can just go to Manage Devices and there you'll see a list of your authorized machines, and a "Deactivate" button that removes all the authorizations from a machine all at once. It will make your life a lot easier if you frequently upgrade systems.


My Account: Trial & Free Licenses

Which plugins do I get for free when I sign up for an account?

All new users who sign up for a new account with us will automatically receive the following 7 plugins for free:


  • bx_subfilter
  • bx_cleansweep V2
  • elysia niveau filter
  • SPL Free Ranger
  • bx_rockrack V3 Player
  • bx_solo
  • Schoeps Double MS


To access your free plugins, head on over to your Manage Registered Plugins page.


How do I get my 7 free plugins?

The 7 free plugins are automatically added to your account when you sign up. You can see them on your Manage Registered Plugins page in your account. Download the installers for your platform, then run them to install the formats that you need. The first time that you instantiate one of these plugins in your DAW, you'll be asked to activate. Enter the same user name and password that you use on our website and follow the prompts. Once the licensor contacts our server, your plugins will be authorized.

Do you offer demos?

Absolutely! Demos are free, and they run for 14 days from the time of activation as a fully functional plugin. You can automate the plugins, save settings, render tracks, etc.


Simply create an account (if you have not already done so), download the installers and activate the demo when you launch a plugin for the first time.


How do I start a trial?

Starting a trial for one of our plugins is a very simple process. First, download the installer for the plugin that you want either from the product page or by using our Installation Manager.


After you are finished with the installation, open the plugin in your DAW. The plugin will display an "Activation needed" screen. Click it to start, then enter the email address and password you use to login into our website and the plugin will contact our server and download your license file to your computer.


You can also use our Offline Activation method by downloading a license file on a computer that has an internet connection and then transferring that file to an offline studio computer if needed. A third way of authorizing your Plugin Alliance plugins is by using a USB drive. For more information about all three methods, please consult our activation manual.


How do I purchase a full license from my trial?

Converting a trial to a paid license is easy on our system. Once you have decided to buy the plugin after demoing it, just purchase it from the product page on the PA website.  You can get to the product page from within the plugin window by clicking on the "$" symbol in the lower right corner of the plugin.


The full license will be automatically added to your account after you've purchased it and then you can open the plugin and use it in your DAW.  


Is 'X' happening because I'm running the plugin as a trial?
The answer to this question is always "No!" Our plugins do not have a "demo mode." Our plugin trials will function exactly like the fully licensed versions for the duration of your trial. If a trial is not functioning the way you expect, we recommend that you contact support before purchasing the plugin.


My Account: Email Preferences

How do I unsubscribe from your Mailing List?
You can unsubscribe from our newsletter by clicking the "unsubscribe" link that's at the bottom of all the emails.  And you can close your account by clicking on the Close Account link on the "My account" section of our website.


How do I change the email address that I use for my account?
You can use the Update Billing Information page to update your email address.  This will change your email address not only in your billing info, but also throughout your account, and it will update your login ID to your new email address.


My Account: Website Issues

I'm getting an error that says "invalid request token," what do I do?

Our website uses request tokens as a security precaution against a cross-site request forgery (CSRF). Without these tokens in place, an attacker could trick you into clicking a specially formatted link that could deactivate your license or even transfer them out of your account.


If you open pages from our website in multiple tabs in your browser or you leave a page for a long time, you may see an error screen that includes the phrase "invalid request token." You can reload the page at any time and your browser will automatically obtain a fresh token, then you can continue with the process.

How do I write a review for one of your plugins?
If you'd like to share your thoughts on our plugins, I hope you'll consider writing a review on our website.  Just go to Manage Registered Plugins, click on a plugin name, and click the "Write a review" button.  Thanks!


My Account: General Account Questions

What is the difference between allowed machine count and maximum allowed deactivations
The machine authorization limit is not seven; it is three.  You can license a plugin on as many as three different machines at the same time.  


If you want to reclaim one of your authorizations from a machine that you are no longer using, you can do that by logging into your account and going to Manage Devices. You will see a list of your activated devices, with a “Deactivate” button next to each one.  You do not need to have access to a machine in order to deactivate it.  So if your computer is stolen or crashes, you can still reclaim its licenses on the Manage Devices page.

Sometimes customers confuse the deletion limit with machine authorization limit, but they are separate.


The deletion limit is a way to prevent abuse, but we do understand that it can be an inconvenience, so we're pretty flexible. If you find that you're getting low on deletions, just contact support and explaing as to why you need to reset your count.


Do you support Hackintosh computers?
The issue with "Hackintosh" computers is that they create a "counterfeit" serial number because PCs don't have unique serial numbers like Macs do and many of these Hackintosh machines use the same serial number.  Our licensor uses that serial number to identify your computer, and because there are other Hackintosh users in our system with the same serial number, it won't let you start new trials. 


This doesn't mean that other users are accessing your PA account.  Our system checks machine IDs when users create trials so it is possible for other users to prevent you from creating a trial, even though they don't have access to your account.


Because of these issues, we don't support Hackintosh systems.  However, there is a workaround, which is to just keep your licenses on USB stick, instead of on your computer.  Then our licensor will use the machine ID of your USB stick, instead of your computer.  To authorize a USB thumb drive, make sure your usb drive is in your computer.  Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  An authorization window will pop up.  Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu.  Click it and select your USB drive.  Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked.  Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info, and click "Activate."  Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


How do I delete my Plugin Alliance account?
To delete your account, you can use the Close Account link on the My Account page.  And if you just want to stop receiving email from us, you can use the Update Email Preferences page, or simply click on the "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of any newsletter.


Technical Support: General Product Questions

Are there manuals available for bx_delay and bx_2098?


If you are trying to open the manual for either of these plugins, you will not be able to find them as unfortunately, they are not available as they were never created. However, we encourage users to download a fully functional 14 day trial and experiment with the intuitive and user-friendly interfaces of the plugins. Also, please search for YouTube videos if you are looking for more detailed info for the plugins.


Can I use just the recording chain in bx_rockrack v3 without using one of the amp models?
No, unfortunately there is no way to turn off the amp modeling since the recording chains used for the amp/cab simulations are intertwined with the emulation modeling on the backend. Therefore, the plugin is not able to generate only the signal from those recording chains without using one of the modeled amp heads.


What are the A, B, C, D buttons for in the top of the menu bar?
The A, B, C, D banks provide you with a quick way to change the parameters within a preset to see how these small changes impact the sound of the preset. Please note, these banks do not allow you to store different presets in them. The purpose of these buttons is to provide you with A/B facilities for when you find a preset you like but want to see what kind of effect small parameter changes will have on that preset.


Do your plugins come with standalone versions that work outside of a DAW?

We don't make standalone software at Plugin Alliance with the exception of SPL Hawkeye which does have a standalone version which can be downloaded from the product page. Aside from Hawkeye, all of our other plugins are meant to be hosted in a Digital Audio Workstation, like Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton, etc.


If I upgrade to the bx_digital V3, will it break session compatibility with the old version?
The new bx_digital v3 won't be able to read settings from the bx_digital v2, as it does not have exactly the same parameters. However, you don't need to worry about losing any settings in your current sessions, because you will still have the bx_digital v2 after you upgrade. When you upgrade, you're actually just getting a new plugin license, in addition to the one you already have.  Your DAW will just see the v2 and v3 as two separate plugins.


Do the native versions of your plugins sound the same as the UAD ones?

The UAD and Native versions of our plugins use the same code base and therefore their signal processing is indeed the same.


One of the reasons to use the UAD versions is to have zero latency monitoring, which means you can hear the effect of the plugin in your headphone monitors in real time when you are playing. Without DSP hardware (like the UA Apollo) there might be a very slight delay in your headphone monitors, although this depends on your computer's processing power.


What is the difference between bx_console E/G and bx_console SSL 4000E/G?
The feature difference between the bx_consoles E & G, and the SSL consoles E & G are:
  • Revisited Component Modeling with assistance of SSL engineers
  • Created using the original Solid State Logic 4000 E/G schematics
  • Completely overhauled EQ, Dynamics and Filter sections
  • New Brainworx features added: THD ALL & V-GAIN ALL


What do the symbols in the plugin toolbar mean?

If you are running a trial, you will see the text "Trial, 13 days remaining" in the plugin toolbar.  If it doesn't say that, you are using a full version of the plugin.

Here's some information that explains all the symbols in the PA plugin toolbar:


PA Logo: Clicking the Plugin Alliance logo takes you to the Plugin Alliance website via your web browser if your computer is online.

 

License Type: The toolbar displays information about the type of license you’re running: Trial and Lease licenses will be displayed along with the number of days until expiration; there is no note for full licenses as these are unlimited.


‘$’ Icon: If you have a demo or financed version of any of our products, you can click this icon to open a browser that redirects you to the respective product page in the Plugin Alliance store; this is where you can easily purchase a product or pay your next installment without having to look it up on our website.


‘Key’ Icon: Clicking on the key icon brings up the activation dialog, allowing you to manually reauthorize a device in the event of a license upgrade or addition. You can also use this feature to activate additional computers or USB flash drives.


‘?’ Icon: Clicking the ‘?’ icon opens up a context menu that links to the product manual PDF, as well as other helpful links, e.g. to check for product updates online. You must have a PDF reader installed on your computer to be able to read the manual. You can get a free PDF reader at www.adobe.com.

Can I still use the older versions of my plugins after I upgrade?

Yes, you will continue to have access to the old (V1, V2 or non-Plus) versions after you update. Your system will see the new versions as completely separate plugins, so if you want to replace the old ones with the new ones in existing sessions, you will have to do it manually. But of course, there's no reason to stop using the old versions and you can mix and match as you see fit.


How to Configure Ambisonic Outputs for Dear Reality?

Unfortunately, ambisonic output configurations are not possible within certain DAWs.   

1. Minimum Buffer Size: a minimum buffer size of 1024 is recommended.

2. VST3 - multichannel ambisonic outputs: the VST3 plugin format is limited to a maximum of 9 output channels. Due to this limitation, a 16-Channel TOA output is NOT available for the VST3 plugin version.

3. Ableton, Cubase, Logic, Samplitude - multichannel ambisonic outputs: Due to restrictions within these hosts, no multichannel ambisonic outputs are available.


How can I perform a null test?

Here's an article with lots of info about null testing and below are the steps to take if you would like to perform one of your own.

  1. In your session, mute or delete all tracks except one track that has the TD Plus on it.
  2. Duplicate the track with the TD Plus on it.
  3. Invert the phase on the duplicated track. To do that in Cubase, you have to add the "Pre" rack in the mixer and then click on "Phase."
  4. Delete or bypass the TD Plus plugin on the duplicated track.
  5. Start playback (you should only be playing the original and the duplicated track -- all other tracks in your session should be muted or deleted.)

This will cause all frequencies that aren't being affected by the TD Plus to be silenced.  So if the TD Plus is really not having any affect at all, you will hear complete silence.


How do I create a screen capture video to show my bug in detail?

If you are on a Mac, you can take a screen recording in QuickTime. Just open QuickTime and go to File -> New screen recording, and then go back to _____ and get the bug to happen. Then send me the video. If the video is too big to email, you can use a cloud storage site like Google Drive or Dropbox.


For Windows, there are various screen recording apps available for Windows.  Here's an article that lists five free ones


How do I create a crash report to provide to your tech support team?

On Macs, if you're getting a dialog box like this...



... please click the "Show details" button, and the crash report will appear.  Copy and paste it into a text document, and then send me that text document.


If you're not getting that dialogue, you can do it this way: Go to the Finder, click on Go -> Go to folder, and paste in this text, exactly as it appears below:

~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/


On Windows, click Windows Start button > Type event in Search programs and files field.

  • Select Event Viewer


  • Navigate to Windows Logs > Application, and then find the latest event with “Error” in the Level column and “Application Error” in the Source column


  • Copy the text on the General tab.
  • Open Notepad, paste the text, and then save the log as .txt.
  • Email the.txt document to us.



Which formats do your plugins support?

The current versions of most of our plugins support AAX, Audiosuite, VST2.4, VST3 and AU formats in 32 and 64 Bits. Please consult our Plugin Format chart for more information. However, you can request legacy installers for some of our plugins which have RTAS/TDM format installers.


Please also check the product info page to make sure that the formats you need are supported by the plugin you are looking to purchase.


The licensor is behaving strangely

On rare occasions, your license file can be corrupted. If you think this may have happened to you, you can delete your license file. This will not cause you to lose your licenses. You will just need to reactivate your plugin the next time you use it, so it can regenerate your license file.

To find your license file on macOS, go to the Finder and click on “Go’, then “Go to Folder”, and enter the following file path, exactly as written below:

~/Library/Application Support/

Windows users, please go to this file path:

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\

You can then look through the resulting directory, find the folder named “Plugin Alliance” and drag it to the trash.

The next time you open your DAW and go to activate your plugins, you will simply need to activate again, which will create a new license file on your machine.


Where are the Plugin Alliance manuals stored?
The manuals are installed automatically when you run the plugin installer. You can search for them o nyour machine by typing in the plugin name followed by the word 'manual' and it should be installed. If that is not the case, you can download the manuals from your Manage Registered Plugins page.


What do I need to provide when submitting a bug report for an issue that I am having?

In order for us to examine the issue and attempt to figure out what the problem is, our development team will need to be able to reproduce it on their end, preferably in an environment that is as close as possible to the one that you are operating in. In order to be able to do so, we will need a few things from you. Please send us the following:


1) Screenshots and or screen capture videos which show any of the error messages, etc

2) A crash log

3) Your DAW project where this happens

4) Detailed list of steps that outline how we can recreate the problem on our end


Once we have these, our QA and development teams will review everything.


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NOTE: choose only the applicable items in the list above.


Technical Support: Pro Tools

Pro Tools says 'not a valid 64-bit plugin' (Windows)
There are generally two reasons why this happens.  For one, ProTools gives this message any time our authorization process doesn't complete. Please be sure to click "I'm online" and enter your login info when the Activation prompt comes up during startup. If you click "Quit" instead, you'll get that "not a valid 64 bit plugin" message. Is that what you did?  


If not, we'll move on to the second possible reason... It's possible that the plugin somehow did not install properly, and the AAX file became corrupted.  If that's the case, you can just manually uninstall it and then reinstall.  Just go to this directory location:


C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins



This will open a folder with all your AAX plugins, and you can throw away the plugin file.  Then try installing it again.


Having trouble opening my manually placed presets in ProTools



Please try this: Open one of your plugins and click on the preset settings menu dropdown, which is above the preset picklist dropdown, here:


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Then select "Save settings as" and a file selector should pop up.  Whatever directory it shows, that's the directory you should use.  You can see the path to that directory by clicking on the dropdown picklist near the top, here:



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Click that and you'll see what directory you should use.


If you continue to have problems, you can also just go to the preset settings menu dropdown, like before, and select "Import settings" and manually load the presets.


All Plugin Alliance plugins are now available in the 'multi-channel' category in Pro Tools

As of June 2018, we are enabling support for the multichannel category in ProTools for all products. The plugins in the list below can now be found both in the “multi-mono plugin” and the “multichannel plugin” categories on stereo tracks in ProTools:

  • bx_cleansweep V2
  • bx_cleansweep Pro
  • Maag EQ2
  • Maag EQ4
  • elysia niveau filter
  • Noveltech Character
  • SPL TwinTube
  • SPL Free Ranger
  • bx_hybrid V2 (mix)
  • SPL Passeq (Single)

If you are not seeing the above plugins in your “multi-channel” category in ProTools, please update your plugins.


BX XL v2 isn't available in AAX DSP in a 96k PT session
The current version of the XL only supports 44.1K and 48K in AAX DSP mode.  If you're using higher sample rates, you'll need to switch it to native.  This may change in the future, but for now, keep in mind that the XL is mostly meant for mastering, and of course in a mastering scenario there's less of a need for the ultra low-latency monitoring that you get with AAX DSP.


A dialog box is popping up every time I launch ProTools

ProTools makes users activate our plugins as soon as you launch it, instead of waiting until you actually use the plugin in a session, like other DAWs. You should be able to just click “I’m online” or “I’m offline” and follow the instructions in the activation manual to activate your plugin, and then that prompt will stop appearing. As long as “Activate all my licenses” is selected, you’ll only have to do this once for all the Plugin Alliance plugins that are installed. But if you click “Quit” you’ll have to go through each individual plugin before ProTools will continue loading. Please note that if you do click Quit, ProTools will incorrectly report that your new plugin is invalid. You can ignore this message.

If the activation prompt is causing problems in ProTools, you can just to activate in a different DAW, and then come back to ProTools. That will work because once you activate in one DAW, your plugins are activated in every DAW. If you don’t have another DAW, you can try one of the many DAWs that offer a free trial, such as Reaper.


Auto-Listen, Copy, Paste, Reset in Pro Tools multi-mono
Due to ProTools specific restrictions, the features Auto-Listen Copy, Paste and Reset of Plugin Alliance plugins (mostly Brainworx) are only applied on the first channel of a Multi-Mono plugin in ProTools (AAX and RTAS/TDM). Adjust the other channels manually in order to apply Copy, Paste, Reset there as well.


Activation Dialog in Pro Tools for Unfiltered Audio
Activation dialog does not open on ProTools startup when plugin is un-activated: In order to activate a trial or license for your plugin, click the ‘key’ icon on the plugin window to open the activation dialog.


Can't enter my login data in old Pro Tools versions

Depending on your keyboard and ProTools version, it is possible that characters that are necessary in order to enter your email address or password (e.g. the @-sign) into the activation dialog are captured by ProTools.

At the moment, these are possible workarounds to activate your plugins:

  1. Use another host (e.g. Reaper or AULab) to activate your plugins and use them in ProTools.
  2. Use the offline activaiton process from the activation manual.
  3. Open a simple text editor and type your log in. Copy and paste the data into the respective fields in the online activation dialog via the context menu (right click or Control+click). Command+C and Command+V may be grabbed away as well.


Pro Tools automation issues after selecting presets / with linked parameters

In ProTools (AAX and RTAS/TDM), if you change a preset or a Brainworx / SPL bank after activating automation for parameters, it might lead to parameters jumping back to its default / old value after reopening a session.

The same may happen in case of channel linked parameters, e.g. elysia alpha master.

To avoid this:

  • Make sure to first select a preset or bank before you activate automation for parameters that need to be automated.
  • Disable channel linking when working with automation on all parameters.
  • Avoid to activate parameters for automation if you do not plan to automate these.
  • To fix an existing session that is affected, open the session and disable all parameters from automation that are not actually automated before pressing play again.

Please contact tech support if you still experience issues.


iLok plugin compatibility

Users migrating from older iLok-protected versions may experience issues on the following setups:

  • VST3 plugins in Wavelab do not convert correctly to current versions (all)

For opening old sessions, you may wish to temporarily use old plugin versions, found on the Manage Plugins page.

If you are experiencing other compatibility issues with old iLok versions, you can contact tech support.


ProTools gives “AAE” errors when using PA’s AAX plugins on Windows

As of December 2017, we released an all update which has addressed this issue. The updated versions are now available on the Plugin Alliance website and via the Installation Manager.

Ho do I change the default preset for one of my plugins in Pro Tools?

As well as the Factory Default setting, which is the one that will open when you instantiate a plug-in, you can also have a User Default setting. Once you have the correct setting, select Set As User Default from the Plug-in Presets menu, and you will see that you now have a User Default above the Factory Default. 


After doing this it will be possible to make a plug-in open with the User Default applied, rather than the Factory Default set by the plug-in manufacturer. To do this, from the Plug-in Presets menu, select the User setting as the Default from the Setting Preferences. This can be especially helpful for metering plug-ins, where you might want the plug-in to open with a specific setting to meet the metering standards. etc.


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I can't see my presets in Pro Tools on Mac

If you are missing presets in Pro Tools, you can manually add the presets.


Please download the presets here: Plugin Alliance Presets


Once you download unzip the folders you need, please go to the Finder and go to /Documents/Pro Tools/Plug-In Settings. Then drag the presets folder into there. If you get a message saying that there's already a folder with the same name in there, go ahead replace the folder that's already in there, unless you have created your own custom presets for this plugin.

This could also be related to a known issue listed on the Avid website, here.


I accidentally installed everything and now the activation prompt keeps appearing

It sounds like you installed all our plugins, instead of just the ones you own.  Unfortunately, ProTools starts up our authorizer as soon as you launch it, instead of waiting for you to actually use the plugin on a track, like other DAW's do. If you want to do a 14 day free trial for our plugins, just click "I'm online" and go through the activation process, and the prompt will stop coming up.


But if you just click "Quit" on that authorization window, the activation prompt will keep coming up for every plugin that's installed.  So you don't want to try our plugins, I'd recommend that you uninstall them before you run PT again.


To do this on Windows, you can find them in one of these two locations, depending on which version of ProTools you're using:

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Digidesign\DAE\Plug-Ins


To do this on Mac, just go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, then click on "Go to folder..." and enter this file path:

/Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins
Or enter this file path if you're using an older version of ProTools:/Library/Application Support/Digidesign/Plug-Ins


Then, look for the plugin names in these folders and throw the files in the trash.


My PT session crashes every time I try to open it
There is something you can try to recover your original session.  Create a new session, and then go to File -> Import -> Session data, and select your original session.  A window will appear with a bunch of options.  Under the "Tracks" option you can click on a track and its destination will automatically change to "New track."  This is just a way of opening a session's tracks one at a time.  Go ahead and select all the tracks (you can do that quickly by clicking the first track, and then shift-clicking the last track) and then click "OK."  If that still causes a crash, try importing a few tracks at a time, or even just one track at a time.  Be sure to save your new session after importing each track.  If you find that there's one specific track that's causing the crash, you can just import everything except that one track.


ProTools says "Not a valid 64bit plugin" (Mac)
There are generally two reasons why this could happen.  First off, ProTools unfortunately gives that message any time our authorization process doesn't complete for some reason.  So please be sure to click "I'm online" and enter your login info when the Activation prompt comes up during startup. If you click "Quit" instead, you'll get that "not a valid 64 bit plugin" message. Is that what you did?  If not, we'll move on to the second possible reason...  It's possible that the plugin somehow did not install properly, and the aax file became corrupted.  If that's the case, you can just manually uninstall it and then reinstall.  Just go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, then click on "Go to folder..." and enter this file path: /Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins
A window will open with all your plug-ins, and you can throw away the plugin file.  Then try installing it again.


I can't open up my plugins in Pro Tools First
Unfortunately, Pro Tools First does not offer support for third party plugins. Please consult this article for more information: http://avid.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/faq/Third-Party-Plugins-on-Pro-Tools-First


Technical Support: Software Integrations

Do your bx_console plugins integrate with Softube Console 1?
Unfortunately no, this kind of integration is not possible at this time.


Do you support Logic 9 and Cubase 7?

As of June 2018, we have removed support for Apple’s Carbon graphic framework, which means that our current installers are no longer compatible with DAWs that do not support the newer Cocoa framework. In the following hosts on Mac, instantiating the VST2 format will result in a black GUI or the plugin will crash the host:

  • Cubase 8.5 or lower (32-bit), VST2 format: Please use VST3 format or upgrade to Cubase 64-bit.
  • StudioOne any version (32-bit), VST2 format: Please use VST3 or AU formats or upgrade to Studio One 64-bit.
  • Logic 9 or lower, AU format: Please update to Logic X.

If you are still using one of these DAWs and your plugins are currently working without any issues, please don’t update your plugins to the latest versions. If you do end up updating to the, you can contact tech support and request legacy versions of your plugins.


Soundgrid plugins are not appearing in Multirack

If you have installed our Soundgrid enabled plugins but they are still not appearing in Multirack, you can try performing a rescan. Instructions for doing so are below:


Multirack Re-scan:


  1. Open a new finder window and click on Go at the top menu holding your Alt key.
  2. Go to the location Library > Preferences. Move Waves Preferences to your desktop.
  3. Launch Multirack for generating a new Waves Preferences folder.
  4. Create an empty txt file in your new Waves Preferences folder and name it ForceUseGUIScanner.
  5. Re-launch Multirack, when prompt to do so, define the following locations:
  6. For Waves WPAPI folder define the path -
  7. System HD > Library > Audio > Plug-Ins > WPAPI.
  8. For the Multirack Modules folder define the path -
  9. System HD > Applications > Waves > Multirack > Modules.
  10. For the Waves Plug-in V9 folder define the path -
  11. System HD > Applications > Waves > Plug-Ins V9.
  12. After you launched Multirack go to Multirack > Preferences > Plug-In manager.
  13. Make sure you see the WPAPI Waveshell and re-check it. Let it scan the plugins.
  14. Try to re-check the Flux shell as well.
Will you be making any more of your plugins compatible with Soundgrid and Multirack?

We currently do not have any plans to update any more of our products to be compatible with the Waves Soundgrid format. 


Do your plugins work on iOS or will you ever make your amps available for mobile devices?

Unfortunately, we do not currently have plans of doing so but that is not to say that we won't pursue such development plans in the future. Considering that this would be a significant milestone for us, we will certainly announce it through our Newsletter so please be sure to sign up for it if you haven't done so already!


Do you have legacy versions for Mac OS 10.6 & 10.7?

All of our plugins that were released in 2018 and later no longer ship with any legacy versions and therefore, only the current system specs are supported by these plugins. Please consult this list to see which plugins have legacy installers that will be compatible with Mac OS 10.6 and 10.7:  Mac OS 10.6 and Windows Vista list

Can I use my AAX DSP plugin on my Venue AAX console?
Not all of our AAX DSP plugins are optimized for use on Venue AAX consoles yet, but for the ones that aren't, you can still try using them with your Venue | AAX system. The parameter mapping may not work right, but it certainly won't hurt anything to try them! You will find the 64-bit AAX DSP version of the plugin in the Windows 64-bit installer. In order to install one of our plugins on an S3L, you can use one of two methods:
- Run the .exe installer while in desktop mode of your Venue system to install the plugin to the AAX Plug-Ins folder of the system drive, then return to Venue and install from that drive.
 Or
- Extract the actual plugin by running the installer on any Windows system and place it into an AAX Plug-Ins folder on the root of the USB drive you use for authorization. This will allow you to select your USB in the list of drives from which to install the plugin. 


Which DAWs do you support?

Below is a list of Digital Audio workstations that we use for testing our currently released and unreleased plugins:

  • Pro Tools 12 & Ultimate
  • Apple Logic Pro X
  • Ableton Live 10
  • Steinberg Cubase 9.5+
  • Studio One 4

While the above DAWs are the ones we test on, we do strive to make our products work in all DAWs that support VST2.4/VST3, AU and AAX. Please make sure to check the individual product page before purchasing to make sure that your OS and DAW are supported. 


If you are using another DAW that is not on the list above and are experiencing issues, you can check out our Support Center where you will find articles concerning your issue. If you are not able to find what you are looking for there, you can submit a ticket to our Tech Support team.

I can't find my plugins in Adobe Premiere
Most DAW's automatically scan for existing plugins upon startup, but Adobe Premiere doesn't appear to work this way. In order to use third-party VST plugins in Adobe Premiere, you actually have to perform a manual rescan for existing plugins. You can do this through the Audio Plug-In Manager.


How do I enable NKS presets for Unfiltered Audio plugins in Komplete Kontrol

Here is how you can get your presets in Komplete Control:


1) Open Komplete Kontrol

2) Open SpecOps/Zip.

3) Load the preset that they wish to NKS-ify from the plugin's interface (not Komplete Kontrol's interface).

4) In the top bar of Komplete Kontrol there is a downward pointing arrow next to the preset name that was originally loaded.

5) Click that arrow, select "File->Save As...".

6) Type in the name of the preset and hit OK.

7) The preset will now appear in your User Library. It is the person icon next to the globe icon at the top of the preset browser.

8) To edit preset tags, select the preset and hit the EDIT button at the bottom of the preset browser.

9) After editing tags, you might need to do "File->Save" again.

How can I obtain the Soundgrid installers for my plugins?

To ensure you get the Soundgrid version, please use our Installation Manager instead of the individual plugin installer, and make sure to select "Soundgrid" in the "Filter by:" options on the lower left.  It won't be selected by default.


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Can't find the plugins in Adobe Audition
Please go into this menu in Audition:
Effects -> Audio Plug-in Manager
Then click on the "Scan for plugins" button. Then in the "Filter" search box, type in the first few letters of _____ [PLUGIN NAME] and see if it appears in the list of plugins, and make sure the "Available" checkbox next to it is checked. Then it should be available to use in your sessions.


Technical Support: Mac OS

GUI issues on 13" MacBook Pro Screens

If you are having issues with our plugins not fitting on our screen, you have a number of options. 


First, you can change your screen resolution by going to System Preferences > Displays and under Resolution select 'Scaled'. Then select the 'More Space' option all the way on the right.

 



Or you can also use any of the apps below to customize your screen resolution:


Do you support Mac OS 10.8 'Mountain Lion'?

As of June 2018, Mac OS 10.8 ‘Mountain Lion’ is no longer supported by the current versions of our plugins. You will need to have Mac OS 10.9 Mavericks or higher if you want to update to the latest versions of our plugins.


However, you can still download legacy installers for your plugins which will work on your system. Head on over to the Mac OS 10.8 'Mountain Lion' Legacy List and download the installers you need. 


Please note, if you don't see one of your plugins on there, it is most likely because this plugin has a different update schedule and the version that is available via the Installation Manager or on your Manage Registered Plugins page will still work on Mac OS 10.8.


Where are my plugins, presets and PA license file stored on my Mac?
Below are the default installation paths for our plugins, presets and license file on Macs:


PA license folder location:
Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to Folder," and enter the following file path, exactly as written below:


~/Library/Application Support/



Plugin folder locations: 
Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to Folder," and enter any of the following file paths depending on the format that you are after:

/Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins/


Library/Application Support/Digidesign/Plug-Ins/


Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/


Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3/


Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST

Preset locations:

Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to Folder," and enter either of the following file paths to get to the format that you want:


~/Documents/Pro Tools/Plug-In Settings

~/Library/Audio/Presets


How to reset AU validation for FCP users

Please follow the instructions below to reset the AU validation.


Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to Folder," and enter the following file path:

 

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components


Find the Plugin Alliance plugins and throw them away.  Then launch FCPX, and then quit FCPX.


Next, download the required installers.


Then launch FCPX and it will rescan.  Also, if you own Logic, you can go to Logic > Preference > Plug-in Manager and select "reset and rescan".




Which versions of macOS do you support?

Current versions of our plugins - MAC OS 10.9-10.14

You will need to have Mac OS 10.9-10.14 if you want to use the latest versions of our plugins. If you are having any issues with plugin validation or any other bug related symptoms since you updated to Mojave, please download and install the latest versions from your Manage Plugins page or by using the Installation Manager.


MAC OS 10.8

As of June 2018, Mac OS 10.8 Mountain Lion is no longer supported by the current versions of our plugins. You can obtain legacy versions of your plugins that should work on 10.8 here. Please note, if you don't see one of your plugins on there, it is most likely because this plugin has a different update schedule and the version that is available via the Installation Manager or on your Manage Registered Plugins should still work on Mac OS 10.8.


MAC OS 10.6 & 10.7

The current versions of our plugins no longer support Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and 10.7 Lion. If you are still using either of these operating systems and would like to be able to use all of our plugins, we recommend that you update to the current version of macOS.


Technical Support: Windows

Where are my plugins, presets and PA license file stored on Windows?

Below you will find a list of the standard installation paths for our plugin, preset files and license file on Windows:


PA license folder location:


%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\ 


Plugin folder locations:


C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VstPlugins

C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Digidesign\DAE\Plug-Ins


Preset locations:

 

C:\Program Files\Vstplugins\Plugin Alliance

%USERPROFILE%\Documents\VST3 Presets\


%USERPROFILE%\Documents\Pro Tools\Plug-In Settings\

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\VST3 Presets\Plugin Alliance\


What versions of Windows do you support?

As of June 2018, we have completed successful testing and compatibility approval for the  Windows Redstone 4 update.

All Plugin Alliance products as of April 2016 are tested and supported on Windows 10. We also support Redstone 5 (October 2018 update),

As of December 2016, we no longer support Windows XP or Windows Vista. If you use any version of Windows prior to Windows 7, we recommend that you update to the current version. 


32-bit Windows plugins installed to root of system drive, not in proper VST folders

In some cases, 32-bit Windows installers have been known to install VST 2.4 plugins into the root of the system drive, and not in the appropriate DAW plugin folders in “Program Files”. If you are having trouble seeing your plugins inside your 32-bit DAW, please make sure to select the correct location during installation and can also manually move the .dll files into the DAWs VST folder contained within “Program Files”.


Technical Support: Installation & Deinstallation

How do I uninstall my Plugin Alliance plugins on Windows?

If you want to uninstall any of our plugins, go to one or all of these directory locations on your desktop:

C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VstPlugins

C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Avid\Audio\Plug-Ins

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Digidesign\DAE\Plug-Ins


Then, in each folder, find the plugin that you want to uninstall, and move it to the Trash.


Note that if you are using a custom VST folder, you will need to also trash the plugin files from that location as well.


How do I authorize my plugins on my 2nd computer?

The process of moving your authorizations to a new computer is very simple. Just log into our website and go to Manage Devices. You will see your old computer listed there. Click the "Deactivate" button next to your computer's name. Then you can use the Installation Manager to install all the plugins on your new computer, or you can download the individual installers on your Manage Registered Plugins page.  


Then, the next time you use a plugin after installing, you will be prompted to enter your login info. When you enter your info, be sure that "Activate all my plugins" is selected. After you enter your info, your plugins will be authorized on your new computer.


Please note that there is a limit to the number of times you can deactivate an old machine, but if you reach the limit, you can always contact us and we will reset your count.

How do I download my plugins?

To get the installers for any PA plugins you own, just log in to our website and go to Manage Registered Plugins. There you will find a list of all your PA plugins, along with download links for the installers and manuals. 


Alternatively, you can also use our Installation Manager which is a better way to download and install large amounts of our plugins at once.

 


My anti-virus software says that there is a virus in one of your installers

While our software sometimes generates false positives with some anti-virus software on Windows, rest assured that our software does not contain any malware of any kind, so you can safely ignore these warnings.


One thing we have noticed is that these false positives are sometimes generated if the "bitness" of the software doesn't match that of the operating system (32/64-bit).  So please make sure to choose the 64-bit installer (unless you need the 32-bit plugins to use in a 32-bit DAW).



How do I uninstall a plugin on a Mac?

In order to uninstall our plugins on your Mac computer, you will need to delete the plugin file from their folders.


Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to folder..." and paste in one of these file paths:


/Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins

/Library/Application Support/Digidesign/Plug-Ins

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST


Then, in each folder, find the plugin that you want to uninstall, and move it to the Trash.


What's the best way to install a bunch of plugins at once?

Please download our newly released Installation Manager and install all of the latest versions of Plugin Alliance plugins in an easy, app environment that makes installing a large amount of plugins a breeze.


Of course, you can also download the individual installers from your Manage Registered Plugins page but the Installation Manager is by far much easier when installing a bunch of plugins at one time.


How do I install my plugins using the Installation Manager?

You can use our Installation Manager to install our plugins.  


Unfortunately, there still isn't yet a way to auto-detect whether or not your plugins are currently up to date, but of course it won't hurt to update a plugin that's already up to date.  The Installation Manager also doesn't yet connect to your account, so you still have to go through and manually select all the plugins that you own, but it is easier than downloading individual installers.



Technical Support: Logic Pro

I can't find plugin in Logic Pro

Please first check the plugin manager in Logic to make sure that the plugin is available. You can find it here:

Logic -> Preferences -> Plug-in Manager


Then click on Plugin Alliance under Manufacturer.


Once you've verified it's there, go to the Mixer, click in the "Audio FX" field and follow this path:

Audio Units -> Plugin Alliance -> plugin


Technical Support: Studio One

I don't see my plugins in Studio One Artist version
Unfortunately, Studio One Artist v1 and v2 do not support third party plugins, so our plugins will not be usable in your DAW.  However, if you upgrade to the current version of Studio One Artist, which is V3, you can use the three Plugin Alliance plugins that are in the "Studio Magic Bundle."
Please note that Studio One Artist v3 only supports three Plugin Alliance plugins: bx_opto, EQ2, and Attacker.  All other PA plugins will be unusable, unless you upgrade to the full version of Studio One.


I can't see the presets in Studio One

All of our presets are installed automatically when you install the plugins themselves. Since our presets are handled by the host and not within the plugin GUI, the reason that you are not seeing the presets is not because they didn't get installed but instead, Studio One is not seeing them.


In order to fix this, right-click and 'refresh' the plugin in the top right corner of the effects section, which should add the presets.


You can also check the Studio One folder in "Program Files" for Windows, or "Applications" for Mac to see if the presets are in there.

I'm unable to authorize plugins in Studio One on Windows

If you are having issue with activation in Studio One, first trash the Plugin Alliance folder in: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\


Then, go ahead and delete the Studio One Preference files in the following folder: C:\%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\PreSonus\Studio One 3\x64


Look for the following files to delete:

PluginBlacklist.settings

Plugins-en.settings

VstBlacklist.settings

Vstplugin.settings

After doing this, go ahead and reboot Studio One and you should be able to reactivate your plugins without any issues.


I can't find my plugins in Studio One Prime
Studio One 4 Prime is a free version of the full-featured Artist and Professional versions of the PreSonus DAW. One of the key features missing from this version is the ability to use third-party plugins. 


Here is the PreSonus page that explains the differences between the three versions.


If you would like to use any of our plugins or plugins from other companies, you will need to upgrade your version of Studio One to either the Artist or the Professional tiers.


I can't find plugins in Studio One Professional on a Mac

There are a few things you can try.  Click on the "Home" icon in the Browse pane and then click on the Update Plug-ins button.  Also, go to Preferences -> Locations -> VST Plug-ins and see what directory is listed under "Locations."  Then you can go to your desktop and check to see if the plugins are actually in that directory.


If you're using Studio One Artist, you won't be able to change or view your plugin locations.  In the "Artist" version, the VST locations are permanently set to your user plugin library, and your main plugin library:

/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST

~/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST




Another thing you can try is to go into Studio One's effects list, click on the 'wrench' icon, and check to see if any plugins are hidden.  It will be greyed out and there won't be a dot next to it if it's hidden.



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You can also try deleting the settings files for Studio One. This will reset the blacklist.  Here are instructions:


1.  Go to Help > Open Settings folder. 


2.  Copy the contents of the folder over to a folder on your desktop. 


3.  Close S1 and delete the contents of the settings folder with the exception of the user.license file and the "Extensions" folder. 


4.  Open S1 and go to Studio One > Preferences to reconfigure your settings if necessary.


5.  Test to see if the problem is resolved.  If it is not, please feel free to copy your settings files back over from the backup that you created in step 2.  


*If you are missing presets or Sound Sets after doing this, simply double-click one of your Sound Sets under Documents > Studio One > Sound Sets.


If none of that helps, please take a screenshot of the Studio One splash screen that comes up when you first launch it.  I just need this bottom part: 

 

 

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I can't find plugins in Studio One on Windows

There are a few things you can try.  Click on the "Home" icon in the Browse pane and then click on the Update Plug-ins button.  Also, go to Options -> Locations -> VST Plug-ins and see what directory is listed under "Locations."  Then you can go to your desktop and check to see if the plugins are actually in that directory.

If you're using Studio One Artist, you won't be able to change or view your plugin locations.  In the "Artist" version, the VST locations are permanently set to these directories:

64-bit install:

c:\Program Files\Common Files\ ( VST 2/VST3)

32-bit install:

c:\Program Files(x86)\Common Files\ ( VST 2/VST3)

Another thing you can try is to go into Studio One's effects list, click on the 'wrench' icon, and check to see if any plugins are hidden.  It will be grayed out and there won't be a dot next to it if it's hidden.

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You can also try deleting the settings files for Studio One. This will reset the blacklist.  Here are instructions:

1.  Go to Help > Open Settings folder. 

2.  Copy the contents of the folder over to a folder on your desktop. 

3.  Close S1 and delete the contents of the settings folder with the exception of the user.license file and the "Extensions" folder. 

4.  Open S1 and go to Studio One > Options to reconfigure your settings if necessary.

5.  Test to see if the problem is resolved.  If it is not, please feel free to copy your settings files back over from the backup that you created in step 2.  

*If you are missing presets or Sound Sets after doing this, simply double-click one of your Sound Sets under Documents > Studio One > Sound Sets.

 




Technical Support: Reaper

bx_console always opens in stereo on mono tracks in Reaper

Being able to choose between mono and stereo tracks is a DAW-dependent feature. Our plugins show up with a stereo UI when either input or output is stereo (or both, of course). Reaper always uses stereo channels internally, and when they contain mono audio files, they are still always routed to a stereo output. So yes, the fact that the plugin UI shows up as stereo is indeed correct.


In other hosts like ProTools, Cubase and Logic where you can select dedicated mono channels, the mono GUI of the plugin will show up on dedicated mono tracks.


And unfortunately, there is currently no user-selectable option to switch the GUI to either mono or stereo in our plugins as this depends on the DAW's channel input and output configuration.


bx console won't instantiate in mono in Reaper
You can't instantiate bx console as a mono plugin in Reaper or Samplitude because of the way they interact with plugins.  I believe this is true for any plugin, in fact.  But don't worry; all you have to do is switch the Stereo Mode to "Digital."  This way, it will apply the same TMT hardware modeling to the left and the right, so it will sound exactly the same as a mono instance of the bx console.

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Technical Support: Legacy Installers

How can I find my Accusonus plugins?

You can find the installer for the ERA-D and any other plugin you own by going to your Manage Registered Plugins page.

 I would also recommend that you contact Accusonus, because they are no longer a part of Plugin Alliance, so they will be providing support and software updates from now on.How can I find my Accusonus plugins?


SPL Transient Designer, Attacker, De-Verb, Mo-Verb Installers
Where can I get an RTAS/TDM version of my plugin?
The current versions of our plugins no longer support RTAS/TDM.  However, you can access the legacy versions for some of our plugins. 


Here is a link with all of the final versions before we dropped RTAS/TDM support. RTAS/TDM List

If you don't see a plugin you need in this list, that means it was released after we dropped support for RTAS/TDM. 


Can I get legacy versions of my plugins that support OS 10.6/10.7?

The earliest version of Mac OS that the current versions of our plugins support is OSX 10.9.  However, you can use earlier versions from back when we supported 10.6 and 10.7.  Here is a link with all of the final versions before we dropped support for those OS's.


Mac OS X 10.6 and Windows Vista List


If you don't see a plugin you need in this list, that means it was released after we dropped support for 10.6 and 10.7.


Please send a message to our Support Team in order to gain access to the list above.

 


Can I get legacies that support Windows Vista/XP?
The earliest version of Windows that the current versions of our plugins support is Windows 7.  However, you can use earlier versions from back when we supported XP and Vista.  Here is a link with all of the final versions before we dropped support for those OS's.


Mac OS X 10.6 and Windows Vista List

If you don't see a plugin you need in this list, that means it was released after we dropped support for XP and Vista.


Which plugins have TDM versions available?
Here are all our plugins that have TDM installers available:


bx_boom!

bx_control V2

bx_cleansweep V2

bx_digital V2

bx_dynEQ V2

bx_meter

bx_shredspread

bx_solo

Elysia Alpha Compressor

Elysia mpressor

Maag EQ4

Noveltech Character

Noveltech Vocal Enhancer

SPL Attacker

SPL De-Verb

SPL EQ Rangers Vol. 1

SPL Free Ranger

SPL Mo-Verb

SPL Passeq

SPL Transient Designer

SPL TwinTube

SPL Vitalizer MK2-T


You can access the installers for the plugins above HERE.



Which plugins have RTAS versions available?

Here's a list of all our plugins that supported RTAS:


bx_bassdude

bx_bluechorus 2

bx_boom!

bx_console

bx_control V2

bx_cleansweep V2

bx_digital V2

bx_distorange

bx_dynEQ V2

bx_greenscreamer

bx_hybrid V2

bx_limiter

bx_megadual

bx_megasingle

bx_meter

bx_opto

bx_opto Pedal

bx_refinement

bx_rockrack PRO

bx_saturator V2

bx_shredspread

bx_solo

bx_stereomaker

bx_tuner

bx_XL V2

bx_yellowdrive

Chandler GAV19T

Elysia Alpha Compressor

Elysia mpressor

Elysia Museq

Elysia Niveau Filter

Elysia Nvelope

ENGL E765 Retro

ENGL E646 VS

Lindell 7X-500

Lindell PEX-500

Lindell 6X-500

Lindell ChanellX

Lindell 254E

Maag EQ4

Maag EQ2

Millenia NSEQ-2

Millenia TwinCom

Noveltech Character

Noveltech Vocal Enhancer

Pro Audio DSP DSM V2

SPL Attacker

SPL De-Esser

SPL De-Verb

SPL DrumXchanger

SPL EQ Rangers Vol. 1

SPL Free Ranger

SPL Mo-Verb

SPL Passeq

SPL Transient Designer

SPL TwinTube

SPL Vitalizer MK2-T

VERTIGO VSC-2

VERTIGO VSM-3


You can access the installers for the plugins above HERE.



Do your plugins still support RTAS/TDM?
RTAS and TDM formats have been dropped from all current installers as of January 29, 2015. For older plugins that supported these formats in the past, you can contact tech support for a download link to the appropriate installers.


If I own a license for a legacy product that is no longer sold on the website (for example, bx_digital V2), where can I download an installer?

If you own a legacy license, you will find an installer for your legacy plugin on your Manage Registered Plugins page.


Can I continue to use my SPL Transient Designer, EQ Ranger, Brainworx bx_digital V2, bx_console plugin licenses after upgrading to a newer version?
Yes, we plan to continue supporting these products for the foreseeable future. As long as you don’t sell or transfer the license to another user, you will be able to access the installers on the Manage Plugins page.
Where can I find the installers for my legacy plugins (bx_digital V2, SPL EQ Ranger Vol 1, etc)
You can find that installer, along with any others you own, by going to Manage Registered Plugins page.  Just select the plugin name and then the download links will appear under the license info.


Technical Support: Plugin Update Release Notes

All Update 4.7 - November 2018

Here is a list of improvements and changes that were made:


- Compatibility with macOS Mojave

- Compatibility with Windows October 2018 update

- Final update with SoundGrid format support

- EOL of products (SPL Mo-Verb, SPL De-Verb, SPL Attacker)

- Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins

- Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs

- Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts

- Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session

- Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAW

- Improving keyboard control, fixing issues where plugins would steal DAW focus 

- Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

- Product specific fixes and improvements

- Fixed bx_console SSL 4000 E & G THD ALL & V Gain ALL resets all those settings to default when loading

- Fixed bx_console SSL 4000 E & G CPU spikes and UI animation issues during automation

- Fixed bx_console SSL 4000 E & G HPF LFP and Fast Attack sections unintentionally engaging or disengaging

- Fixed bx_townhouse Buss Compressor not loading Mono to Stereo AAX DSP instance in Pro Tools

- Fixed bx_XL V2 Dynamic Range Meter not displaying level

- Fixed bx_meter Dynamic Range Meter not displaying level


Technical Support: Presets

Are bx_digital V2 presets compatible with V3? Can I replace V2 with V3 in all my older sessions?
bx_digital V2 and V3 are different plugins with different parameters, so their presets are not compatible. If you have a session populated with bx_digital V2, you will need to keep an installation of V2 on any system in which that session will be opened. If you want to replace V2 completely with V3, you will have to manually replicate your settings on the updated plugin.


SPL Transient Designer preset compatibility with Transient Designer Plus
Transient Designer and Transient Designer Plus are different plugins with different parameters, so their presets are not compatible. If you have a session populated with Transient Designer, you will need to keep an installation of the older version on any system in which that session will be opened. If you want to replace the old version completely with the new, you will have to manually replicate your settings on the updated plugin.


Where are the presets in Ableton Live 10 Mac
This where to find presets in AU format:




This is where to find presets in VST format:







I'm not able to see the presets

The presets for our plugins are installed automatically when you run the installer for any given plugin. If you are experiencing issues and are not able to access the presets, please do the following:


First, download the preset folders that you need from here: Plugin Alliance Presets 


Next, depending on whether you are on a Mac or PC, install them in the following locations:


MAC Preset locations:

Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to Folder," and enter either of the following file paths to get to the format that you want:


~/Documents/Pro Tools/Plug-In Settings

~/Library/Audio/Presets


Windows 10

%USERPROFILE%\Documents\Pro Tools\Plug-In Settings\

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\VST3 Presets\Plugin Alliance\


Windows 7

%USERPROFILE%\Documents\VST3 Presets\


My Presets are missing

There is a rare bug in which the presets don’t get installed as they should. Please note that this bug was fixed in our December 2017 release.

Before trying the suggestion below, please download and install the latest versions of our plugins to see if all of the presets are now installed. If you still can’t find the plugin’s presets, try this simple fix:

  • Start by finding your presets folder. This location can vary depending on the DAW and any user customizations, but here are the most common preset locations:
    • Mac
      Please note that the tilde symbol “~” indicates the user directory.
      You can go directly to either of these directories from the Finder by pressing Command-Shift-G and entering the directory text.
    • ~/Documents/Pro Tools/Plug-In Settings
    • ~/Library/Audio/Presets
    • Windows:
    • %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\VST3 Presets\Plugin Alliance\
    • %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Pro Tools\Plug-In Settings\
  • Download the preset folders that you are missing from Plugin Alliance Presets page
  • In your preset folder, create a folder named “Plugin Alliance”
  • Run the plugin installer again and be sure not to deselect any plugin formats in the custom installation options, even if you’re not using all formats.


Please note that there are no presets for the bx_limiter.


Ableton Live users: Plugin Alliance factory presets do not appear when using Audio Units format plugins in Live. Since this issue only affects the Audio Units format, we recommend that Live users use VST instead.

Studio One users: We have discovered an issue with how our presets are recognized by Studio One, when a plugin is first installed. If you don’t see any Plugin Alliance factory presets in Studio One, just go to the Browse window, right-click on the plugin name and select Refresh.


Technical Support: Technical Engineering Questions

What input level is best for your console plugins?
Of course, the answer to this depends on the sound that you are trying to achieve but the general idea is that you should be ok if you are going into the plugin at around -12 to -18 dBFS and then adding processing with the plugin to bring the sound up around -10/-6dBFS. It's not necessarily better to drive the plugin with higher input gain but can be done if you want a more saturated sound. 


The THD saturation is not dependent on the level of the incoming audio and instead, it allows you select at which dB level you want the plugin to start applying saturation. At -60dB it will only saturate a small amount and if you bring it up to -30, it will saturate quite heavily. 


Technical Support: Venue

Authorizing on Venue consoles

If your Venue console has an internet connection, all you have to do is click "I'm online" the first time you use the plugin, and then enter your login info and click through the activation prompts.


Here's how to do it if your console doesn't have internet:


First, trial licenses aren't created automatically in the offline authorization process, so just go to Create Offline License, select whatever plugin you're interested in, and click "Create license."  Now you can go on to the offline authorization process below.


If the plugin activation window isn't already open, click on the key icon on the lower right corner of the plugin window. Next click the "I'm offline" button, and then click "Save to file" to save your machine ID. Save the file to a flash drive, or any kind of removable drive. Then, on your online computer, open a web browser, go to Manage Devices, click "choose file," and upload that machine ID file that you just got. Click "activate." Then click "Download license file" and you'll get a file that you can upload on your offline computer, by clicking on the "open license" button in the plugin window. Then finally click "activate" and you're activated.


Support for VENUE format

As of May 24th, 2018, we are no longer actively developing the VENUE AAX format. While you won’t be able to download VENUE AAX installers from the Installation Manager, you will still be able to download the final released versions on the Manage Plugins page. The plugins that you have will continue to work as they do now but further development and support of these plugins will stop.



Technical Support: Cubase

Noise and CPU issues in Cubase on Windows
As of December 2017, we released an all update which has addressed this issue. The updated versions are now available on the Plugin Alliance website and via the Installation Manager.


Licensing & Activation: General Licensing Questions

Can I use an external hard drive to store my PA license file?
We do not support external hard drives other than thumb USB sticks for license storage purposes. However, we do receive this request quite often and our development team is still evaluating as to how and when we will be able to roll out such functionality.


Using another DAW to try and solve authorization problems

If you are having issues with authorizing our plugins, you can try using another DAW to see if the plugin authorizes there.


If you don't have another DAW, you could use GarageBand, which comes with the current and recent versions of Mac OSX.  Or you could try Reaper if you are on Windows or Mac, which has an unlimited free trial period.


GarageBand does make it kind of difficult to find third-party plugins. Here's an article that explains how to do it.


Why can’t I find any Accusonus products on the website (drumatom, ERA-D)?
As of July 12, 2016 Accusonus is no longer a Plugin Alliance company and their products will no longer be available through the Plugin Alliance website. If you own a license for an Accusonus product, you should have received an email with instructions on how to proceed. If you haven’t, please contact their support team directly.


What will happen to my Accusonus license, now that Accusonus is no longer a part of Plugin Alliance?
If you purchased an accusonus product before their departure from Plugin Alliance, you will be able to continue using the final Plugin Alliance version without interruption. However, we strongly recommend that you claim your updated accusonus license, so you’ll have full access to upgrades and support for your software. If you did not opt out of their mailing list, you should have received an email from accusonus on how to proceed. If you haven’t heard from accusonus, please contact Plugin Alliance sales support.


How do I activate the new product I bought from Plugin Alliance?

We recommend online activation for the easiest and best process. Open one of our plugins in your DAW, then click it to start activation. Enter the email address and password you use on our website and the rest will be done automatically through your internet connection.


Offline Activation

If you care unable to activate online, go to the offline computer and save the Machine ID file to a removable storage device for transfer to an online computer.

Log in to Manage Plugins and activate your new plugin using the Machine ID file that you copied from your offline workstation. Download your new license file (which now includes the new license) and copy it back to your offline computer using your removable storage device.


You can activate each plugin on up to three computers, no matter which process you use!



Where can I find the license file in my file system?

Plugin Alliance plugins are activated via a file named pa.license. The file is specific to the user account on both macOS and Windows.


On macOS, the file is located in the Plugin Alliance folder under ~/Library/Application Support. ‘~’ points to your user directory. To open your user library folder, switch to the Finder, select the Go menu and press the Option key. Your Library will appear and you can open it and navigate to Application Support, then open Plugin Alliance.


On Windows, the file is located in the Plugin Alliance folder in your APPDATA folder. This folder’s location changes depending on your user account name and Windows version. To find out the location of your APPDATA folder, press Windows Key and R at the same time, type cmd and then hit enter. A command line window will pop up. Type ‘set APPDATA’ . This will reveal the APPDATA location in your file system.


I downloaded an installer and I got an error message when I unzipped it. What do I do?
Most likely the installer was corrupted in some way during the download. Please delete the erroneous copy from your computer, re-download the installer from our website and try installing again. You may need to troubleshoot your internet connection.


Can I use the plugins on multiple computers?

You certainly can! Each plugin license comes with the ability to be installed on up to three different machines at the same time. These can either be a laptop/desktop, USB Drives or Venue consoles. At this time we do not support external hard drives or SD cards for the storage of our license file. You can use our plugins on these 3 computers simultaneously and work on all of them at the same time if needed.


I need my plugins to run on more than 3 computers. How can I do that?

If you regularly need to use your plugins on ALTERNATING computers or live consoles, we propose you use our USB activation. You may have the license file and your installers on one standard USB stick which you can use to activate computers or live consoles "on the fly".


Or, if you need more than 3 computers to be activated at the same time, you can buy another license for three more machine activations. If you need a larger number of licenses, you can contact sales support and let us know how many devices you want to activate for more information about bulk license purchases.


Why is the plugin asking for a “license card” or “challenge/response” key?

If you installed a Plugin Alliance plugin, and now it’s asking for a license card, you probably downloaded a very old version of the plugin. We make those old iLok versions available for customers who bought their license years ago and then never upgraded. We stopped supporting the iLok in January 2012, so those old versions won’t work for current customers.

To download the current version, just go to the Manage Plugins page, select the plugin and find the download that you need.


How do I manage my registered computers?
If you want to reclaim one of your authorizations from a machine that you are no longer using, you can do that by logging into your account and going to Manage Devices. You will see a list of your activated devices, with a “Deactivate” button next to each one.  You do not need to have access to a machine in order to deactivate it.  So if your computer is stolen or crashes, you can still reclaim its licenses on the Manage Devices page.


How do I delete my PA license file on a Mac

On rare occasions, the PA license file can become corrupt. I think this might have happened to you, so I'd recommend that you delete your license file.  Don't worry, this will not cause you to lose your licenses.  It will just cause the plugin licensor to run the next time you use your plugins, and then it will regenerate your license file.  Just go to the Finder and click on Go > Go to Folder, and the enter this file path exactly as written below:


~/Library/Application Support/


Then look through the resulting directory, find the folder named “Plugin Alliance” and throw it away. Then go ahead and start up ProTools and try to authorize the plug-in again.  

How do I delete my license file on Windows

On rare occasions, the PA license file can become corrupt. I think this might have happened to you, so I'd recommend that you delete your license file.  This will not cause you to lose your licenses.  It will just cause the plugin licensor to run the next time you use your plugins, and then it will regenerate your license file.  Just open a file browser on your desktop and the enter this file path:

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\  



Then look through the resulting directory, find the folder named “Plugin Alliance” and throw it away. Then go ahead and start up ProTools (or any DAW) and try to authorize the plug-in again. 

Licensing & Activation: Common Problems

I have a Mac desktop with two individual hard drives, will your system see them as two different machines?
Yes, that is correct, another activation will need to be used since the other drive will be seen as a new machine by our system.


Why does the machine ID of my USB drive keep changing?

When you keep having to reauthorize your USB drive because it keeps changing the Machine ID and our licensor sees it as a different USB stick, you can consult the items below in order to correct the problem. 

  • We do not support SanDisk USB drives because SanDisk USB memory drives do not provide drive specific serial numbers. Please use another brand when activating your plugins to a USB memory stick.
  • Put the USB stick directly into your computer, instead of putting it into a USB hub.
  • Use a dedicated USB stick, instead of using a USB stick that also has other licenses (like Waves licenses).
  • Use the disk format FAT32 or ExFAT


Can I use my licenses from 2 different accounts on the same machine?

If you are sharing the same computer with another user and you both want to use your own accounts on this computer, the best way to accomplish this would be by activating a USB drive for each of your accounts. This would allow you to insert both USB drives when you are working on the shared machine and have access to the plugins for which you own the licenses for. The same would apply to the other user and in this case there would be no need to activate both the computer and the individual USB drives.


Will I lose my licenses if my computer is damaged or reformatted?

No, that is not possible since you can always reclaim a license from an unused computer. Our licensing system stores your licenses, along with your machine ID, on our servers. That means you don’t actually need to have access to a machine in order to reclaim the license.


You can deactivate an unused machine on the Manage Devices page. There you will see a list of your activated devices, with a “Deactivate” button next to each one.


I bought my first plugin from you, how do I get started using it?

Getting your Plugin Alliance product up and running is easy. Simply install, open and sign in to activate; here’s how:

  1. You may download your plugins by going to your Manage Registered Plugins page.
  2. After downloading, run the installers; these packages contain all plugin formats available for your products.  You can also use the Installation Manager, which is great for installing many plugins at once.
  3. Open your DAW and instantiate your new plugin.
  4. Clicking on the plugin window will open the activation dialog. You can also click the ‘Key’ icon on the bottom toolbar of the plugin.
  5. Simply click ‘I’m Online’ and enter your Plugin Alliance account credentials on the following dialog. Enjoy!

If your device is not online, we also offer Offline Activation. Here's how: If the plugin activation window isn't already open, click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  Next click the "I'm offline" button, and then click "Save to file" to save your machine ID.  Then, on your online computer, go to Manage Devices, click "choose file," and upload that machine ID file that you got from the plugin on your offline computer.  Click "activate."  Then click "Download license file" and you'll get a file that you can upload on your offline computer, by clicking on the "open license" button in the plugin window.


You can authorize each plugin for up to three computers, no matter how you authorize them.

 

For advanced authorization (offline, USB, VENUE activation etc.), please see our Activation Manual or Venue Activation Manual.


What happens to my plugins if I update my OS or reformat my Hard Drive?
You really don't need to worry about the license file, because all that is handled automatically by our license servers. Just reformat your hard drive, then reinstall all your plugins (you can find the installers on the Manage Registered Plugins page), and then the first time you use one of your PA plugins, you'll be prompted to reauthorize. When you do, our servers will still be able to recognize that you’re using the same computer, so you can reauthorize it without wasting an authorization. If you'd like to check to be sure you're not wasting an authorization, you can go to the Manage Devices page, before you format and reauthorize your plugins, and then again afterward. If a new machine does pop up, that means something went wrong and the license server didn't recognize that it's the same computer. But don't worry, if that does happen, you can just click the "Deactivate" button next to the older machine name, so you're not wasting that authorization.
By the way, if you prefer, you can create a portable licenser with a standard flash drive. Then you can just use your plugins on any computer that has the flash drive plugged into it. Here's how:
Make sure your USB drive is in your computer. Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. An authorization window will pop up. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked. Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info and click "Activate." Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


How do I find out my Machine ID?
If the plugin activation window isn't already open, click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  Next click the "I'm offline" button.  


Your machine ID will appear under the text "This is the machine you are about to activate."


What happens if I reformat my HDD or reinstall Windows?
Our licensing server should recognize that it's still the same computer after you reinstall, however sometimes there are problems with Windows that cause our server to not recognize the computer after you make changes. But don't worry, this is easy to fix. After you reinstall your OS and all your plugins, open a plugin window for one of your PA plugins. You'll need to re-enter your login info. After you do that, go to Manage Devices and check to see if you computer is listed twice. If it is, just click "Deactivate" for the older machine. If you can't tell which is the older one, just deactivate everything. Then re-authorize your plugins again, and then you should be properly authorized.


I'm getting an 'Activation server did not respond" message

If you get the message "Activation Server Did Not Respond" when activating your plugins, there are a few fixes you can try:

  • Our servers sometimes get particularly high traffic at certain times, so try authorizing at a different time of day.
  • Make sure that you don’t have any apps running in the background that block certain internet connections.
  • If you’re only authorizing one plugin, try deselecting the “Activate all my plugins” option in the activation prompt.


If these options don’t help, you can use the “Offline Authorization” method.   This method is mainly for users who don’t have internet on their DAW computer, but it can also be helpful for users who have trouble with the standard authorization procedure.  Here are the instructions for the Offline Authorization procedure:


If the activation window doesn't open automatically in your DAW, open a plugin and click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. Next click the "I'm offline" button, and then click "Save to file" to save your machine ID. Then open a web browser, go to Manage Devices, click "choose file," and upload that machine ID file that you just saved. Click "activate." Then click "Download license file" and you'll get a file named "pa.license." Go back to the activation window in your DAW and click on the "open license" button in the plugin window, and select the license file you just downloaded. Then click "activate."


I'm not able to activate my licenses online

If you are having issues with activating your newly purchased plugins, please try deleting your current license file, and then follow the "offline activation" procedure.


Go to the Finder and click on Go > Go to Folder, and the enter this file path exactly as written below:


~/Library/Application Support/


On Windows the location is:


%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\  


Then look through the resulting directory, find the folder named “Plugin Alliance” and throw it away.


Next, try authorizing offline:  If the plugin activation window isn't already open, click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  Next click the "I'm offline" button, and then click "Save to file" to save your machine ID.  Then, open a browser window and go to Manage Devices, click "choose file," and upload that machine ID file.  Click "activate."  Then click "Download license file" and you'll get a file that you can upload by clicking on the "open license" button in the plugin window.










'Error Creating License File' Error

Generally there's a very easy fix for when you get the message "Error creating license file." First, depending whether you are on Mac or Windows, go to either of the folders listed below:


Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/

Windows: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\  


Then look through the resulting directory, find the folder named “Plugin Alliance” and throw it away.


If you continue getting the same message, or if you didn't find a folder named “Plugin Alliance” in that directory above, there is probably a permissions issue with the directory where the license file goes.  In that case, you can right-click on the Application Support folder, select "Get Info" and try changing permission settings, or you could try getting help from Apple Support.  But the simplest solution would probably be to just create a USB stick licensor.  Then the license will be on your USB drive instead of your internal hard drive.  Here's how to do that:

 

To authorize a USB thumb drive, make sure you usb drive is in your computer.  Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  An authorization window will pop up.  Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu.  Click it and select your USB drive.  Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info, and click "Activate."  Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.



How do I authorize via the offline method?

If the plugin activation window isn't already open, click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  Next click the "I'm offline" button, and then click "Save to file" to save your machine ID.  


Then, on your online computer, go to Manage Devices, click "choose file," and upload that machine ID file that you got from the plugin on your offline computer.  


Click "activate."  Then click "Download license file" and you'll get a file that you can upload on your offline computer, by clicking on the "open license" button in the plugin window.

Let me know if you have any more trouble.


How do I authorize a USB drive offline?
Make sure your flash drive is in your computer. Start up ProTools (or any DAW) and if the activation window doesn't come up automatically, go ahead and add one of your PA plugins to a track, and click on the key icon on the lower right corner of the plugin window. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. 


Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked. Next click the "I'm offline" button, and then click "Save to file" to save your machine ID to the flash drive. Then, on your online computer, go to Manage Devices, click "choose file," and upload that machine ID file that you got from the plugin on your offline computer. 


Click "activate." Then click "Download license file" and you'll get a file named "pa.license." Save it to your flash drive and go back to your offline computer. Click on the "open license" button in the plugin window, and select that pa.license file. Then click "activate." Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


How do I authorize an exisitng machine offline?
Please use the Manage Devices page to activate new plugins onto an existing machine, instead of the Manage Registered Plugins page.  It's faster if you're buying more than one plugin at a time, and it ensures that all your plugins are authorized consistently.



Go to the Manage Devices page, and click on the dropdown menu in the "Activate Existing Device" section.  Select the name of the computer or USB stick you want to activate, and then click the "Activate" button.  Our system will automatically license all the plugins in your account that aren't already licensed to that machine.  


Then click the "Download license file" button at the bottom of the page, and you'll get a file named "pa.license." Save it to your flash drive and go back to your offline computer.  Start up ProTools (or any DAW) and open the plugin window and click on the "Activation required" text or the key icon on the lower right corner of the plugin window.  The activation prompt will appear.  If necessary, select the appropriate device under the "Select the device you would like to activate" text.  Next click the "I'm offline" button, then click on the "open license" button, and select that pa.license file. Then click "activate."


How do I activate my plugins online?

First, if haven't yet installed the plugin, you can download the installer on the PA website by going to Manage Registered Plugins, or you can use our new Installation Manager. Just select the plugin and then download and run the installer.


Next, you'll need to activate your license.  If your audio computer has an internet connection, the process is very simple. The first time you use the plugin, click "I'm online" and then enter your login info, and then click "Activate." That's all there is to it! You can find more info about our activation process in the activation manual.


Plugin won't run in licensed mode even though I bought a license

If you purchased a full license for a plugin but the license is not being recognized, you can try the following: Go to either of the following folders:


MAC: ~/Library/Application Support/

WINDOWS: C:\Users\scstudio\AppData\Roaming\Plugin Alliance


Find the "Plugin Alliance" folder and throw it away. Then try again to authorize again.


My computer is being counted twice

This happens to customers every once in a while, usually on Windows machines after certain settings changes.  The easiest thing to do is just delete everything and start over. Just login to your account and go to Manage Devices. You'll see a “Deactivate” button next to all of your devices. Click all of them. Then the next time you use your plugins, you'll need to authorize again. If the activation prompt doesn't come up automatically, just click on the 'key' icon on the lower right. After that, with any luck, your authorizations will be properly set.


Please be aware that machines that are attached to expired trials will not be deleted, but this will not affect anything for your paid licenses.


There is a limit to the number of times you can deactivate, but we don't resetting the count if necessary. So just let us know if you reach the deactivation limit.


To prevent this from happening in the future, please keep in mind that on Windows, if you do anything in the list below, it will change your machine ID, which will make our license server see your computer as a new computer.

  • Replacing your system hard drive
  • Replacing your CPU
  • Changing your computer name
  • Changing your BIOS settings (if you're not sure what this is, here's an article about it)

If you frequently have to do things in this list, we recommend that you keep your authorizations on a USB stick.  You can get more info on USB authorization in the Activation Manual.


'Your License Has Expired' Error Message
If you are getting a 'Your License Has Expired' message in red letters when trying to activate your plugins, please see if you can just click on 'I'm Online' and proceed with authorizing your plugins.


If you go through the authorization process and the activation prompt appears again, please click "Quit" and check the plugin window to see if it still says "Activation required."  If it doesn't, you're all set.


USB stick doesn't appear in device dropdown menu

The three criteria for a USB stick to appear in the dropdown picklist are that the device needs to be...

  • mountable
  • removable
  • writable

That third one is important.  Also, we've noticed that sometimes the OS doesn't see certain USB sticks as removable.  There's an easy way to check both of these.  Right click or control-click on the USB stick on your desktop and select "Get info."  Is the icon orange or white?  It should be white to indicate it's removable.  And you can check to see if it's writable at the bottom of the info window.


What do I do with the license file/machine ID?

If your computer has an internet connection, there's no need to do anything with the license file or your machine ID. Just click "I'm online" the first time you run the plugin, enter your login into, and click Activate. That's all there is to it!



Why can't I create a trial? (offline activation user)
If you're using the "Offline Authorization" method, you actually have to create a trial license on the website before doing the authorization procedure. To do that, just go to the Create Offline License page, select the plugin you want to try, and click "Create license." Then go through the offline authorization process.


Why can't I use plugins from two different accounts at the same time?

Unfortunately, you can't use plugins from two different accounts on the same computer because you can only be logged into one account at a time. However, you can use plugins from two accounts at the same time by authorizing a USB drive for one of the two accounts. Then one of the accounts can be authorized on the computer like normal, and then you can put in the USB drive to use the other account.

If you don't know how to put your authorizations on a USB drive, here's how:

Make sure your USB drive is in your computer. Then, open one of your plugins in your DAW and click the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. An authorization window will pop up. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked. Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info. Now you will be able to use those plugin licenses on any computer that has the USB drive is plugged into it.



How do I deactivate my computer?
You can deactivate your machine on the plugin-alliance.com website. Just login to your account and go to Manage Devices. You will see a list of your activated devices, with a “Deactivate” button next to each one.

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 If you have any trouble, please let us know. 


How can I avoid exceeding the deletion limit (Mac and Win)

If you're using Mac: In the future, please keep in mind that you don't need to delete a machine when you reformat your hard drive or update your system. Our servers will still be able to recognize that you’re using the same computer, so you can reauthorize it without wasting an authorization. Also, keep in mind that if the same machine is deactivated more than once, it will not be counted again. But if you do frequently need to move your authorizations to unique consoles/computers, please consider keeping at least one of your three authorizations on a flash drive (instructions below).

 

If you're using Windows: You generally don't need to delete a machine when you reformat your hard drive. However, there are certain settings changes you can make on Windows (like bios settings) that will change your machine ID. So if you find that your PA plugins don't recognize your computer after you make changes, please consider keeping at least one of your three authorizations on a flash drive. Then you can freely change any settings or even use different consoles/computers without worry of running out of deletions again.


How to keep an authorization on a usb stick: (This procedure can be done on any computer with an internet connection and the plugins installed.  It doesn't need to be the computer/console that you plan to use your plugins on.)  Make sure your usb drive is in your computer. Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. An authorization window will pop up. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked. Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info, and click "activate." Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


One more thing, in case you didn't know: There's almost never any need to individually deactivate your plugins one at a time. Normally, you can just go to Manage Devices and there you'll see a list of your authorized machines, and a "Deactivate" button that removes all the authorizations from a machine all at once. It will make your life a lot easier if you frequently upgrade systems.


Do you support Hackintosh systems?
Plugin Alliance does not support "Hackintosh" (i.e., running macOS on a Windows PC), because it creates conflicts with our licensing system. However, Hackintosh users should be able to license their plugins on a USB drive. For more info on activating a USB drive, please check the activation manual.


Licensing & Activation: Installation Manager

How can I update all of my plugins at once?

In order to update all of your Plugin Alliance products to the latest versions, please download our Installation Manager and use it to download and install the latest versions of our plugins. Doing this will overwrite all of the versions that you currently have installed on your system with the latest versions.


Please remember to check that your system specs are up to date and are compatible with the specs required by the latest versions of our plugins.


How do I know which versions I'm installing?
The Installation manager only contains the latest versions, so while it does not list which versions they are (this functionality will be implemented in a future update), rest assured that whenever you install anything from the Installation Manager, you are installing the latest versions.


Can I use the Installation Manager on an offline machine?

Yes. Once you open up the Installation Manager on an offline computer, you should receive a message such as the one below but then you should still be able to utilize the Import & Install functions of the app.


Where do the IM's temp files go on Macs?
Go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to Folder," and enter the following file path, exactly as written below:
/tmp


Where do the IM's temp files go on Windows
The temp folder that our Installation Manager uses on windows is located here: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Plugin Alliance Installation Manager\tmp


What does the asterisk that appears next to certain plugins in the Installation Manager mean?

The asterisk that you see next to some plugins in our Installation Manager means that there is an AAX DSP version included. The simplest way to update all of your plugins is to select all of them, click download, then install and this will overwrite the existing versions.

Licensing & Activation: License Transfers

Can I resell and transfer my license(s) to another user?

Yes, you can resell and transfer your plugin licenses. Once you have found a buyer, please make sure that the buyer has created an account on our website and also make sure that they are aware of the fees associated with the transfer: $20 per plugin or $50 for 3 or more plugins. The buyer will have to pay this before they can start using the plugins in their Plugin Alliance account.


To start the transfer, head on over to our Transfer License page and do the following:

  • Select the plugin(s) that you would like to transfer
  • Enter the email address of the user that you are transferring the license to
  • Click 'Transfer" and our Automated System will take care of the rest.

Please note, we do have certain restrictions regarding plugin resales:

  • You are unable to transfer free licenses or licenses with a fee required.
  • If you have a license with multiple versions they need to be transferred together (for example bx_console e and SSL 4000 E)
  •  There is a limit of 10 transfers per month however in exceptional circumstances more than 10 can be transferred but will require contacting Customer Support.
How do I transfer my licenses to another user?

If you sell or give away one of your Plugin Alliance plugins, you will need to visit our Transfer License page where you will find a complete list of all your active licenses that are available for you to transfer to another customer. 


There, you can select either one or more licenses to transfer to another user. If you want to transfer licenses to different people, please do them one person at a time. After you transfer a license, the person you transferred it to will have to pay a transfer fee before they can activate the plugin(s) that they just received. 


The fee structure is as follows:

  • 1 plugin: $20 USD
  • 2 plugins: $40 USD
  • 3 or more plugins: $50  USD


Here is how the license transfer process works:


First, login to your PA Account and then click on the Transfer License link


Next, Select the license(s) that you want to transfer from the list

Finally, enter the email address of the person that you are transferring the license to and click TRANSFER TO EMAIL

License Transfer Restrictions

Below you will find a list of restrictions concerning the transfer of your licenses:

  • You can only transfer 10 licenses per month. If there are exceptional circumstances the limit of ten can be lifted but only by contacting Customer Support.
  • You cannot transfer inactive licenses, licenses with a fee required. If you have a license for a multiple versions of a plugin (for example, bx_digital V2 and bx_digital V3), then those licenses cannot be transferred separately.
  • The following free Licenses can’t ‌be sold: bx_cleansweepV2, bx_rockrack Player, bx_solo, bx_subfilter, elysia niveau filter, bx_freeranger

  • The following are licenses which have to be sold together (you can sell either console if he/she only owns one):
    - bx_console e or g with SSL 4000 e or g
    - Unfiltered Audio Dent 2 and Indent 2
    - Unfiltered Audio Sandman and Sandman Pro
    - bx_digital V2 and V3

Please note that Plugin Alliance is not involved in any financial agreement or transaction between people who transfer licenses.


How does the license transfer fee work?
The transfer fee is actually paid by the new user. After a license is transferred to a new user's account, the user has to pay the fee to activate it. So the $50 cap happens when the new user pays that fee for several transferred licenses. It doesn't matter if the licenses were purchased at the same time or from the same person. Because of this, users will commonly wait until they have purchased several licenses before activating them.


May I transfer my Plugin Alliance licenses?

Yes, you are permitted to transfer your plugin licenses. Once you know the person you are wishing to transfer the plugin to, please make sure that the buyer has created an account.


Also make sure he or she is aware that there is a $20 per plugin license transfer fee (capped at $50). The buyer will have to pay this before they can start using the plugins in their Plugin Alliance account.


You can select multiple licenses to transfer, but only one person to transfer to. If you want to transfer licenses to different people, do them one person at a time.


You can only transfer 10 licenses per month. You cannot transfer inactive licenses, free licenses or licenses with a fee required. If you have a license for a multiple versions of a plugin (for example, bx_digital V2 and bx_digital V3), then those licenses cannot be transferred separately.


If there are abnormal circumstances that requires you to transfer more than 10 Plugins then you can contact Customer Support to help you with the process. The same transfer rules as above will apply.


Licensing & Activation: UAD Crossgrades

Can I use my PA plugins on UAD?

To use PA plugins on the UAD platform, you have to own the UAD versions of the plugins. Unfortunately, if you want to buy UAD versions of your native PA plugins, there is no "crossgrade" discount. You will have to pay the full retail cost to UA. Those versions are sold through UA's shop, and we have no control over their pricing policies.


For future reference, if you ever want to get UAD and Native versions of any PA plugin, buy the UAD version first and then buy the native version. We will give you a crossgrade discount if you already own the UAD version, but there's no crossgrade if you do it the other way around.


If you have many UAD versions of our plug-ins, you can get the native versions of all of them for only $99.  But please note this $99 price cap only applies to UAD licenses that you have at the time of the crossgrade.  If you get some new UAD licenses in the future, you can't retroactively apply that $99 to crossgrade those licenses.


How do I crossgrade my plugins to the UAD versions?

We have a special crossgrade deal for owners of the UAD versions. You can get a native version of any UAD plugin you own for $49, or you can crossgrade two or more for $99.


For now, you can't do it the other way around (Native to UAD). UA is the exclusive retailer of all UAD plugins, so it's up to them to create their own crossgrade policy, and so far they haven't.


If you'd like to proceed with a UAD to Native crossgrade, please send a message to our Sales Support team with a screenshot of your UAD license manager and let us know which license you need added to your account. We will then add the licenses to your account and you will be able to pay for them by selecting them on your Manage Registered Plugins page.


Licensing & Activation: iLok

Can I use an iLok for your licenses?

We stopped supporting iLok a few years ago. However, you can put your licenses on a standard USB stick if you'd like a portable "license dongle."


To authorize a USB thumb drive, make sure your USB drive is in your computer. Then, open one of your plugins in ProTools (or any host) and click the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window. An authorization window will pop up. Under the text "Select the device you would like to activate" there is a pulldown menu. Click it and select your USB drive. Make sure the "Activate all my licenses" checkbox is checked (unless you want to authorize individual plugins one at a time). Then click "I'm Online" and enter your login info. Now your USB drive is authorized and can be used on any computer.


For more info on our authorization process, please check out the Activation Manual.


Can I use my old iLok licenses?

If you own old iLok licenses by Brainworx, SPL, Elysia or Vertigo, we have already moved them into our new system, and they will be waiting there for you to activate them.

DSM / Pro Audio DSP: if you own a V1 iLok auth of this plugin it will not be transferred into our system automatically, but we do offer $49 upgrades to the V2 (Plugin Alliance version). Please contact sales support to receive your upgrade voucher.

If you bought your iLok licenses at the original web stores from Brainworx, SPL or Elysia on May 1st, 2011 or later, you qualify for a FREE upgrade to the new Plugin Alliance licenses.
If your licenses were bought before that date we offer you a very fair paid upgrade. Please check your Plugin Alliance account. Single plugin upgrades are $20 each, or upgrade ALL of the Alliance plugins in one account for just $50 (that’s the maximum).

This includes updating bx_control V1, bx_dynEQ V1 and bx_digital V1 to the current, V2 versions.


How do I continue using my old iLok licenses?

If you don’t need 64-bit support or the AAX format, you can go on using the iLok version plugins that you originally purchased.


All old iLok based plugin installers are still available in your account on the Manage Plugins page. They will continue to be available there and you do not need to upgrade your license to our native licensing system if you do not require the newer format versions.


However, please understand that these legacy versions of our plugins are no longer updated and will most likely not work on newer systems.


Is updating my old iLok licenses free?

That depends on when you first bought the plugin in question.


If you bought your licenses May 1st, 2011 or later: FREE update. Simply grab the new installers for these plugins.


If your license was bought BEFORE May 1st, 2011: PAID update. Don’t worry, updates for one older plugins is only $20 or $50 for all of your Alliance plugins in one account. This includes updating bx_control V1, bx_dynEQ V1 and bx_digital V1 to the current, V2 versions.


When I enter my iLok account e-mail address, I get "no matching account found"
We have removed the need for an iLok in licensing our plugins, and as a result, several legacy accounts were affected. Please contact sales support with your account information and a screenshot of your iLok authorizations; we will verify your licenses and help merge or create a new account for you.


No more iLok or eLicenser / USB dongles / hardware needed?

No more USB dongle and no more hardware card is needed to use our plugins at all.


We got rid of all hardware dongles and now offer our own software-based hassle-free license management system.


Our system simply requires ONE license file that covers ALL of your Alliance plugins. This file gets copied to your workstation computer, that’s it.


Can I transfer my old iLok Licenses to other iLok accounts?

Unfortunately no. Since we are not using iLok anymore (since Dec 2011), we cannot operate or agree to iLok transfers. If you want to transfer or sell your older licenses, you need to activate them as Plugin Alliance licenses first, then you can transfer them to a different user account. Please see the dedicated FAQ post for this procedure.


Why do I have to pay a fee for older iLok upgrades or crossgrades?

Older iLok licenses from SPL, BX & elysia that were purchased before May 1, 2011 are subject to a fee if you want to migrate them to the new Plugin Alliance system.


The fee is $20 for a single plugin or $50 (max) for your whole account (in case you have several older licenses you want to migrate).


We charge these fees because we now offer 32- and 64-bit support for Mac and PC for all plugins. We have also added the AAX Native (new ProTools 10) to the Alliance system, and you can now use each Alliance licenses on up to 3 machines at the same time.


If you don’t need these features, you may go on using the legacy installers for the older iLok versions, found on the Manage Plugins page. We do not force users to move to the new Alliance system.


What are the iLok installers for?

We make those old iLok versions available for customers who bought their license years ago and then never upgraded. We stopped supporting the iLok in 2011, so those old versions won't work for current customers.


To download the current version, just go to Manage Registered Plugins and select your plugin and scroll down to the downloads section.  Please be sure to download the current version, which is listed on the left.


General Plugin Knowledge: Brainworx

How do I use bx_masterdesk in my mixing/mastering workflow?
The plugin was designed to be used in many mixing/mastering contexts and you can certainly use it on individual, bounced down WAV files or simply put it at the end of your mix bus chain and run it in your mix session. You can also use the plugin on your group busses, or what's known as 'mix stems' or basically anywhere that you want to achieve punchy and dynamic loudness!


bx_rockrack V3 & bx_rockrack V3 Player Guitar Amp Details

Here is some more information about the different guitar amps that you have access to in our bx_rockrack series of plugins:


Marshall = ENGLISH > 4x12 Celestion G12M/25 "Greenback" Speaker

Mesa Boogie = AMERICAN > 4x12 Celestion Vintage 30

Fender = SILVER > 2x12 Jensen C12N 8Ohm

Orange = ORANGE > 2x12 Celestion Vintage 30

ENGL = GERMAN > 4x12 Celestion Vintage 30

Why can't I see bx_masterdesk in Logic?

Our analog mastering console plugin bx_masterdesk is a stereo only effect so therefore, you will not able to instantiate it on mono audio tracks in Logic. In order to find the plugin in your plugin picker dropdown menu, you first need to convert the mono track to a stereo track by clicking on the small circle next to the input selection button. After you do so, go back to the Plugin Alliance category and bx_masterdesk will then be able to be instantiated on this track.




Tips & guidelines for using our consoles

While there is no right or wrong way to use our console plugins, below are some guidelines for best practices:

  • You can use our consoles as the first insert but you can also use other plugins to do preliminary compression (ex. reduce peaks with elysia mpressor so that they don't trigger the compressor on the console)
  • There is no need to have it on the group busses if you already have it on all the channels, however, you can also use it on your busses, just don't overdo it on the processing
  • The individual modules are all set to their default positions when you first instantiate the plugin and if you don't change any of the parameters, the sound will pass through the plugin in much the same way it does on a real analog desk
  • For EQing, use our consoles for more broad-spectrum strokes, like gentle lifting of the low or high end or boosting/reducing certain parts of the midrange. You can continue using other EQs like bx_digital V3 to make most of your surgical cuts but of course these can be performed with console EQs as well, there are just aren't as many bands to work with, etc
  • There is no need to run the plugin on your master buss unless you want to use it as part of your mix buss or mastering chain 
  • In order to emulate a true analog desk experience, you can place the plugin as a first insert on every channel, your group busses and your master buss. Next, select a different channel for every track and then add our bx_townhouse Compressor on the master buss and then your mix will essentially be playing through an analog console, since you are replicating the signal flow as it happens on the real desk!


bx_console E sounds different after updating

There was a bug in bx_console E version 1.1 that caused the EQ to generate a significantly higher frequency boost than expected, when making small gain adjustments. This affected the HMF and HF bands. The bug is now fixed in version 1.1.1. So if you were in the middle of a session when you updated from version 1.1 to 1.1.1, you may have noticed that you’re now hearing less gain boost or cut than you were before. If this is the case, we recommend that you do one of the following workarounds:

  • Go through all instances of bx_console E in sessions that were created using version 1.1, and increase your gain adjustments to the HMF and HF knobs as needed.
  • Contact tech support and request an installer for version 1.1 so you can revert to this version when opening sessions that were created with it.

We apologize for the inconvenience.


After adding the bx_stereomaker to a mono track in Digital Performer, the audio still sounds mono

There is a bug that prevents the bx_stereomaker from properly instantiating as a “mono to stereo” plugin in Digital Performer. This bug only occurs with the Audio Unit plugin format, so please use VST instead.


The bx_console or bx_meter won’t fit on my screen
We are aware of this issue and unfortunately, because of their large interfaces, the bx_console and bx_meter are not supported in monitors that have a resolution of less than 1280x960. One possible workaround that we suggest is to go to your display settings and change the resolution. Mac users may also need to enable scaled resolutions.


How does bx_console N's sidechain work?
You can use the "In SC" button to make your Eq settings apply to the internal sidechain.  However, bx_console N's external "Key input" functionality is totally separate from this, and is a bit more limited.  You can use the "Key" button to enable an external sidechain input, which will be applied to the Gate.  The external sidechain can't be applied to the Limiter/Compressor -- only to the Gate.
So to sum up: Use the "In SC" button to apply your internal Eq settings to the L/C, and use the "Key" button to apply an external signal to the Gate.


Are certain channels better for different instruments in your console plugins?
This question largely depends on personal taste and certain channels might sound better on different instruments.


The point of using different channels is more about their collective effect. In other words, it's not as important to use the same channel on any given instrument but more so about making sure that all the channel numbers are unique. That way, all your tracks will combine in a way that is more pleasing to the ears in the same fashion that tracks are combined on analog desks when their signal flows through the slightly different components of each console channel.


What is the little stick on the bx_console N?
Are you referring to this?

On real Neve consoles, engineers will often use toothpicks on certain buttons on certain channels, as a way of preventing noise from the natural wear and tear on the button contacts.  Of course on the plugin version, the toothpick isn't actually doing anything; it's just a way of giving the plugin interface a more authentic look. 


What's the difference between dBFS and dBU metering? (bx_console)

These two articles explain in thorough detail how the digital 'dBFS' metering differs from the VU and dBU metering that analog sound processors employ. The bx_console plugin utilizes traditional Neve console VU metering. And as you will see in the articles below, there is a big difference between what some other meters are telling you and what the bx_console meters give you.


http://www.soundonsound.com/sound-advice/q-whats-difference-between-ppm-and-vu-meters

http://www.audiorecording.me/what-is-the-difference-between-dbfs-vu-and-dbu-in-audio-recordings.html


Why can't I adjust knobs on the bx rockrack player?
The bx_rockrack Player is a free plugin that can only be adjusted by selecting different presets.  If you would like to adjust the individual parameters, please check out the bx_rockrack V3, which is a separate plugin.  You can start a 14 day free trial, and the trial will be fully functional, like all our trials.


Why do the bx_shredspread's speakers not move in Cubase?
The speaker position is displayed in dependency of the incoming signal, so the view can only be determined when signal processing is taking place. Cubase has a specific option that is enabled by default. It ensures that no signal processing is performed when playback is stopped. This reduces the CPU load drastically, but it makes it impossible for a plug-in to determine signal-dependent views such as the speakers. So, they are shown in a default position. Have a look at my attached screenshot. It shows a Cubase internal configuration that disables the automatic stopping of audio processing called "Synchronize Plug-in Program Selection to Track Selection". When disabling this option (unchecking), the functionality works as usual again! So, this is a valid workaround.



Why is the [guitar plugin] generating noise?

The guitar amp plugins don't generate any noise; they only process the sound that you send into them. Distortion and guitar amp plugins frequently have this problem where they seem to add hiss, but in fact, this is just the nature of distortion. It brings up the noise that you send into it. It might seem like the signal from your DI box is quiet, but there can be all kinds of noise hiding in there.


There are a few things you can do to reduce the noise when using guitar amp plugins like this. First, use active guitar pickups if possible, and use new, quality cables. If your DI box has a "cabinet sim," turn it off. Also make sure that the signal that you're sending into the plugin is as loud as possible, without clipping. Also, in the plugin, bring the gain down as much as you can without losing the distortion that you want, and then bring the output level up to compensate.


Why is the console adding noise to my tracks?
Yes that is expected behavior since any kind of analog equipment will add some level of noise to the tracks. You can turn off THD by turning the small golden knob all the way to the left and also click on Analog and turn it to Digital in order to prevent the plugin from adding noise to your tracks.


I can't get any sound from bx_subsynth
bx_subsynth does not generate any signal of its own, it can only enhance and alter an incoming audio signal so you can only use it on audio tracks that have some source audio or on midi tracks after a signal generating instrument.


Can I use your native guitar plugins to play in real time or do I need to buy a UAD interface?
Yes, you can plug your instrument directly into your audio interface, then set a low buffer setting in your DAW and use any of our native guitar products. While the native plugins will offer some latency, as long as your DAWs Latency buffer is set to a low value, you will feel a very minor delay. The thing that the UAD interfaces provide is the ability to run your plugins on a dedicated DSP with very low latency.


How does the meter in bx_masterdesk work?
The plugin meter shows the dynamic range of your mix so please try compressing more in the mix or another source file and you will see how it changes. It's a good thing if the meter shows you everything left of the red and the more you compress and limit in the mix, the further to the right the meter will go.


General Plugin Knowledge: Pro Audio DSP

Which sample rates does the DSM V2 support?
DSM V2 supports the following sample rates: 44.1KHz; 48kHz, 88.2KHz, 96kHz, 176.4KHz, 192kHz.


DSM V2 plugin will run in AAX DSP format. The stereo version is limited to a sample rate of 48kHz though due to its DSP consumption.The mono version will run in higher DSP sample rates as well. The mono plugin of the AAX DSP version will work in multi-mono format on stereo and multi-channel tracks in Pro Tools.


The DSM v2’s spectral curve file can’t be opened on Windows machines
Some Windows users have reported that when they try to load the DSM v2’s spectral curve files, the files do not appear in the file selector window. If this happens, please go to your desktop and find your spectrum capture files, and add the extension “.crv” to the end of the filename. Then you should be able to open them within the DSM v2.


The DSM won't open my threshold curve files
When you save the threshold curve, please add the following text at the end of the file name: .crv
This should allow the plugin to recognize the file when opening it.
Let me know if that is not the case and we will try something else.


General Plugin Knowledge: Schoeps

Why can't I see the 1to3 version of Schoeps 1to3 in Pro Tools?

The 1to3 version can only be used on LCR tracks since the amount of channels that this version of the plugin converts to is larger than the 2 allowed by stereo channels. Please create an LCR track and you will be able to see the plugin in the Plugin Alliance dropdown menu.



I don't see Schoeps Mono Upmix in Ableton Live

Ableton Live does not use VST3 formatted plugins and only accepts VST2. Since no VST2 versions of the Schoeps plugins were ever created, you will not be able to use them in Ableton Live.

General Plugin Knowledge: SPL

Are SPL EQ Rangers Vol. 1 presets compatible with EQ Ranger Plus? Can I replace the old version with the new in all my older sessions?
EQ Rangers Vol. 1 and EQ Ranger Plus are different plugins with different sets of parameters, so their presets are not compatible. If you have a session populated with EQ Rangers Vol. 1, you will need to keep an installation of the older version on any system in which that session will be opened. If you want to replace the old version completely with the new, you will have to manually replicate your settings on the updated plugin.


My presets are not working on my EQ Ranger
The EQ Ranger series of plugins uses a dual setting selection system through the use of Modules and Presets.  The EQ Ranger plus contains 181 different Modules -- each of which has its own set of band frequencies for different genres of music and different tasks -- but you still have to adjust the levels yourself.  If you would like to check out the presets, you can do so by clicking on the preset field and the dropdown will appear. 


The Eq Ranger's presets don't change the positions of the sliders
It sounds like you're actually changing the Modules, not the Presets.  The Eq Ranger plus contains 181 different Modules -- each of which has its own set of band frequencies for different genres of music and different tasks -- but you still have to adjust the levels yourself.  If you would like to check out the presets, click on the preset picklist.  Its location will depend on which DAW you're using.


Where is the DrumXChanger sample bank?
The DrumXChanger's sample bank is actually at the bottom of the product page, and you can also find it in your Manage Registered Plugins page, if you select the DrumXChanger.  But I will also include a link to the samples here:
Sample (754.77MB)


What type of loudness metering does the SPL Hawkeye offer?
SPL Hawkeye offers industry standard Loudness Metering options such as:
  • PLR - Peak To Loudness Ratio
  • PMR - Peak To Momentary Loudness Ratio
  • PSR - Peak to Short-term Loudness Ratio
  • IL - Integrated Loudness
  • ML -Momentary Loudness
  • SL - Short Term Loudness
  • Timeline Display of PLR, PMR, PSR
  • LU Target Selection
  • Loudness Range Histogram


General Plugin Knowledge: Unfiltered Audio

How can I disable OpenGL in an Unfiltered plugin without using the GUI?

WINDOWS:

You'll need to instantiate the plugin in a session at least once before you can follow these instructions.

  1. Open a file browser on the desktop and enter this directory text: %APPDATA%\UnfilteredAudio
  2. Right-click on the filename of the plugin that matches the name of the plugin that you're using.
  3. Open the file with Notepad.
  4. Find this line of text in the document: <VALUE name="EnableOpenGL" val="1"/>
  5. Change the "1" to "0"


MAC:

You'll need to instantiate the plugin in a session at least once before you can follow these instructions.


  1. Go to the Finder, press command-shift-G, and enter this directory text: ~/Library/Application Support/UnfilteredAudio
  2. Right-click or control-click on the file named SandmanPro.uao
  3. Open the file with TextEdit (you may need to choose "Other" and find TextEdit in the Applications folder).
  4. Find this line of text in the document: <VALUE name="EnableOpenGL" val="1"/>
  5. Change the "1" to "0"
How does Zip's "Gain Reduction" modulator work?

The Gain Reduction modulator outputs a signal that grows in intensity as the compressor reduces the input's gain. It will not output anything until the Ratio has been increased and the compression has taken effect.

The Unfiltered Audio plugin window appears completely blank on Windows machines

If you are experiencing an issue where your Unfiltered Audio products are coming up with a black/blank GUI on Windows machines, please try doing the following:

  1. Open Windows Explorer.
  2. Type %APPDATA% into the address bar.
  3. Find the "Unfiltered Audio" folder.
  4. Locate the SandmanPro.uao file.
  5. Right-click the file and open it in Notepad.
  6. Find the option "EnableOpenGL". It should be set to "1".
  7. Set the option to "0" instead.
  8. Save and close the file.


How can I send MIDI data to G8 in Logic?
  1. Go to Track -> New Tracks... and click the "Software Instrument" at the top.
  2. In the "Instrument" picklist, go to "AU MIDI-controlled Effects" and select Unfiltered Audio G8, and click "Create."
  3. If you haven't already, add a separate audio track and add the audio that you want to be processed by the G8.
  4. Select the audio track, and in the Info pane, click on the Output button and select "No output."
  5. Then in your Instrument track, go into the G8 plugin window, and click the "Sidechain" picklist in the upper right, and select the name of your audio track.
  6. In the G8 plugin window, click the "MIDI" button to enable MIDI, and use the < > arrow buttons to select an appropriate midi note.  The default is C3.


Now the audio in your audio track should be controlled by the MIDI data in your instrument track.




I'm not able to attach cable in BYOME

Please see the video below for correct operation of the cable system in BYOME:


General Plugin Knowledge: Dear Reality

Feature Comparison between dearVR Music and dearVR Pro

Here are the Pro version features that are not present in the Music version:

  • Two dozen more acoustic environments
  • An enhanced Reflections module that allows you to further tweak the acoustical space details
  • Real-time Auralization algorithm which allows you to simulate an acoustical space with more control
  • More output format options (see Pro Manual for description on each)
  • Input Channel Control slider

In essence, the Pro version is more geared towards the sound design and post work whereas the music version is easier absorbed in standard mixing and productions workflows.

Feature
pro
music
Superior 3D audio engine providing advanced out-of-head localization and optimized perception of elevation
 
 
X
 
X
Intuitive XYZ pad to accurately position audio objects anywhere in a 360° sphere
 
X
 
X
Additional Polar Mode with Elevation, Azimuth, and Distance controls
 
X
 
X
46 pristine virtual acoustic presets spanning a wide range of sonic characteristics
 
X
 
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18 pristine virtual acoustic presets for music production, including concert hall, church, stage, drum room and more.
 
X
 
X
Controls for virtual environments to adjust their size, damping and balance of early reflections and reverb diffusion
 
 
X
 
X
Support of 2-channel binaural (for headphones), 4-channel first-order Ambisonics and stereo output formats
 
 
X
 
X
Realtime Auralization mode
Adds real-time control over delay times and directions of arrival for early reflections
 
 
X
 
-
Higher Order Ambisonic Outputs
Additional 9-channel second order or 16-channel third order Ambisonics output in either AmbiX or Furse Malham (FuMa) format.
 
X
 
-
Occlusion control to realistically match alteration within a sound field if a sound source is blocked by another object or wall.
 
X
 
-
Additional Distance and Azimuth Scaling parameter for Position section
 
X
 
-
Support AAX native, VST and AU formats for Mac OS 10.8 or higher and Windows 7 through 10.
 
X
 
X
Fully functional 14-day demos available at Plugin-Alliance.com.
 
X
 
X





General Plugin Knowledge: Lindell

The 254E doesn't seem to be doing anything

Please click on the dropdown menu, in the plugin's upper toolbar on the right (check the screenshot below).  Check to see if the "External SideChain" is enabled, and of course, disable it if you're not using it.  Let me know if that helps.

 

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Using Presets from old Lindell Versions

The new Lindell versions can't open presets that were created with the old versions, but there is a way to have the old and new versions together on your computer.


First, you need to reinstall the old versions. Here are the links to those:

Lindell 6x-500

Lindell 7x-500

Lindell PEX-500

Lindell ChannelX


Then, you need to change the filenames of your plugins. Go to the finder, click on the "Go" menu, and click on "Go to folder..." and enter this file path:

/Library/Application Support/Avid/Audio/Plug-Ins


This will open a folder with all your aax plugins. Find all the Lindell plugins and add the word "old" to their filename. For example, change "Lindell ChannelX.aaxplugin" to "OldLindell ChannelX.aaxplugin"

 

If you plan to also use other plugin formats (for example, au or vst) you can do the same in these folders:

� /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/

� /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST3/

� /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/

/Library/Application Support/Digidesign/Plug-Ins


Once you've added "old" to all the filenames, you can reinstall all the new versions from our website. Then you will have the option to use the "old" named plugins when you need to use settings from your previous sessions.


I hope this helps.


Cheers,


General Plugin Knowledge: Noveltech

What's the difference between Character & Vocal Enhancer?

The Noveltech Character and Vocal Enhancer use similarly advanced techniques for optimizing audio in a simple and intuitive way. So in a sense, one could use the Vocal Enhancer for instruments and the Character on vocals. However, the algorithms in each plugin are entirely different, which is why they were each designed specifically for their own general purpose. They were each optimized for their own task.


Notice that on the interface of Vocal Enhancer, there is a frequency graph that spans the critical range normally associated with vocals; there is also a parameter for low/high frequency focus to add either body or presence. These parameters are designed to be lucid enough to convey the effect of the parameters you adjust. On the Character, controls of this type are more nebulous, allowing for a more intuitive approach to a wide array of timbre and tonal types; you have three modes and a range of 'Target' to dial-in a setting that works for your content. Of course, both plugins may have some overlap in terms of effects that can be accomplished, but they each have their own way of going about it, and their own interface for doing so.


It's like comparing two EQ plugins, let's say the Mäag EQ4 and EQ2: could you treat frequencies with both? Yes. Are they both great for adding Air and transparency to instruments and vocals? Absolutely. But I always use the EQ4 on vocals because it has both boost and attenuation for each band, which focuses specifically on vocal frequencies. I always use the EQ2 for instruments, because I can adjust the bandwidth for a variety of different frequencies and extract focused character and body with minimal tweaking. 


Sales Support: General Sales Questions

Do you sell Gift Certificates?

Unfortunately, we don't yet sell gift vouchers, but it's definitely on our "wish list" for the future. In the meantime, if you know specifically what plugin(s) your friend wants, you can buy them and then we can transfer them into their account.  And if it turns out that you got them a plugin they didn't want, we can work out a license swap.


In order to do this, you and your friend will both need to have PA accounts. Creating an account is very simple. Just go to the Join link and fill in your info, and make sure to click the verification link that gets sent to your email after you create your account.


What's the advantage of buying from PA instead of Sweetwater?
First, there's the convenience factor.  You have to have a PA account to use a PA plugin, so if you're buying from a third party, you have to create two different accounts.  When you buy a PA plugin from Sweetwater, what you're actually buying is a voucher code that will bring your price for that plugin down to zero.  So that means you'll have to complete the purchase process in both accounts. Also, buying from a third party will make things more complicated if you need to do a return or exchange. 


Our plugins are usually very stable, but if you do have problems and want a refund, you'll have to go through Sweetwater. 


The biggest reason to buy from us is that we periodically have special "Customer Loyalty" deals, where we give special discounts to our bigger-spending customers.  But if you buy all your plugins from third parties, we have no way of knowing how much you spent, so we won't be able to include you in these deals. 
Can you tell me about your upcoming sales?
We do not release specific details about future sales and promotional deals, but it is likely that the plugin that you are interested in will be discounted at some point in the future.  Please make sure that you're on our mailing list, and you will be among the first to know about all our frequent promotional deals.


You can also purchase the plugin as part of our PickPack rent-to-own plan.



What happened to curated bundles?

We dropped our curated bundles, but we definitely are not dropping the rewards that came with them! In an effort to provide customers with more flexible buying options while still offering big savings for larger orders, we have two options: Custom Bundle Discounts max out at 60% when you buy 10 plugins in one order, and we offer PickPack for a low monthly payment.


Do you offer financing or installment plans?
We do not currently offer plugin financing. However, if you want a low monthly payment, we have PickPack available for you.


Do you offer discounts?

Yes, we certainly do! We regularly have sales and also reward our users with monthly customer loyalty vouchers. Please create an account or sign up for our newsletter to receive information about our upcoming sales, promos and special events.


We also offer Custom Bundle Discounts when you curate your own bundle with several plugins. Any second plugin you add to your purchase will get you a 20% discount, and you receive an additional 5% off for every plugin after that – up to 60% off the retail value of your purchase! Using discounts like these is a great way to save yourself some cash.


As an existing plugin owner, is there any special pricing available to me for other plugins?

Yes, please consult your Manage Registered Plugins page to see what offers we have available for you. There you will find a number of cross promotional prices, based on the products that you already own.


I don’t currently own Dent 2 or Indent 2, but I want both. Will I have to pay full price for both of them?
Don’t worry – if you want both plugins, you can just purchase Dent 2, which is the more feature-rich of the two. When you purchase Dent 2, you will automatically receive a complementary license for Indent 2.


Can I trade in my plugin for another plugin of equal value?
We offer frequent sales and promotional discounts, but the savings applies only to the plugin that’s on sale. We don’t allow customers to purchase a discounted plugin and then exchange that plugin for another plugin of the same retail value. Instead, we recommend that you subscribe to the newsletter and wait for a discount on the particular plugin that you’re interested in.


Why is my custom bundle discount not working?

Generally, the custom bundle discount applies to any order that includes multiple plugins. However, there are a few exceptions which might explain why you are either not receiving the custom bundle discount, or the custom bundle discount you are receiving is for a different amount than you initially expected:

  • You are upgrading or crossgrading a plugin or plugins in your order. Any plugin in your cart that is already discounted as part of an upgrade or crossgrade will not be factored in to the amount you receive for a custom bundle discount.
  • You are purchasing one or more $9 plugins. Due to their low price, any plugin that costs $9 is not factored in to the custom bundle discount you ultimately receive.
  • You are using a voucher code. Certain promotions with voucher codes that discount a plugin also make that plugin ineligible for additional discounts. A message will appear in your cart in this situation.


As an All Bundle owner, can I still get the 60% bundle discount on new plugins?
Since we retired curated bundles, this particular way to save money is no longer available to you. However, there are lots of other ways to save, including custom bundle discounts, which max out at 60%. We also plan on continuing our monthly tiered customer loyalty voucher program, which gives you bigger discounts the more you spend with Plugin Alliance. 


I was trying to buy a plugin that’s advertised for $100, but during checkout the price suddenly changed to $119, as VAT was added. Why and what is that?
All European countries charge VAT (Value Added Taxes) on digital download sales, just like you pay VAT when you buy something in a local store. We have to collect these taxes and forward them to the tax authorities of the respective EU country. It’s the law, and we have to comply with it.


Why am I now required to pay VAT taxes when I wasn’t before?
As of January 2015, all companies selling products into the EU are required to charge VAT for online sales of downloadable software based on the customer’s location, rather than the seller’s location. To comply with this new regulation Plugin Alliance must now collect VAT at the customer’s local VAT rate in each of the nations of the EU.


I’m a business and I have a valid VAT ID. How do I avoid paying VAT?

Just enter your valid VAT ID into the VAT ID field during checkout. After the system verifies that the ID is valid, VAT will be take off your order. You can also save your VAT ID in your account so you don’t have to enter it every time you checkout.


Will the VAT amount show up separately on my invoice?
Yes, your invoice will show the country, percentage and amount of VAT charged as required by law.


I entered my VAT ID but it was rejected. What do I do now?
Please check to make sure you entered your valid VAT ID correctly. If your VAT ID is correct, please make sure that the country of your VAT ID matches the country associated with your payment method. You can check with your credit card company or review your PayPal account to confirm the country.


The web site is displaying a different country and VAT rate from the one I live in during checkout. What should I do?
Once you’re logged in to your Plugin Alliance account, the VAT country and rate will change to match the country you’ve selected in your Plugin Alliance account. You can update your saved billing information in your account.


I’m not living in the country my credit card is registered to and I can’t check out. What do I do?
Please make sure the billing address in your account matches the country associated with your payment method. You can check with your credit card company or review your PayPal account to confirm the country.


Do the product prices on the Plugin Alliance web site include VAT?
All prices on Plugin Alliance product pages and the store exclude VAT. If you are in an EU country that charges VAT, the appropriate VAT amount will be added to your order during checkout.


Plugin Alliance prices are in US Dollars, what conversion rate do you use?

Your payment in US dollars will be converted to your local currency by your credit card company and will appear on your statement in your local currency. You can find the most recent conversion rates for all currencies online.

Please note that your credit card provider may use slightly different exchange rates.


Can I pay in EURO, or any other currency?

We are an American company and our prices are calculated and displayed in US Dollars ($) only. When you pay in our online shop though and if you live outside the USA, your credit card provider will charge you in your local currency automatically, based on the actual exchange rate from the date of your purchase. You can find the most recent conversion rates for all currencies online.

Please note that your credit card provider may use slightly different exchange rates.


Do you offer cross grades for UAD customers?
We offer $49 crossgrades for products that are available on UAD and Plugin Alliance. Please contact sales support and be ready to provide us with a screenshot of your Universal Audio customer account showing the plugin that you want to crossgrade.


Can I get a discount or a free plugin because I have mixed a #1 hit? (or because I work on huge projects/am famous etc.)

We get quite a few requests like this…. First of all, congrats on the hit! Seriously, that is cool, and we know how much work and talent it requires.

Sorry, but we don’t send voucher codes or free plugins simply “because you mixed a hit”. In fact, most of our users work on serious projects, run studios, play in bands, etc. We know it’s expensive to build a studio, even if it’s nowhere near as expensive as it used to be some years ago.

But making software and maintaining compatibility for it over the years takes a lot of effort, time and money. We have to charge for the products that we offer.

We do send out a variety of promotions to our email list, so be sure to sign up to receive those announcements.

Also, we have Custom Bundle Discounts in place, so you get a discount whenever you buy more than 1 plugin in our store. If you buy 5 or more plugins we’ll give you 50% off—that’s as much of a discount as most companies will give to VIPs.

We do it because, to us, everybody who buys 5 or more plugins is a VIP.


I paid for a license, but the activation prompt is saying there is no license found.

If the activation server doesn’t seem to recognize that you have a paid license for a plugin, please first check to be certain that you installed the right plugin. Some of our plugins look similar and have similar names (like the bx_opto and the bx_opto pedal). If you are certain you have the right plugin, next check to see if you inadvertently created a second Plugin Alliance account. The activation server will report that you don’t have a license if you don’t enter the same login credentials you used when you purchased your license.

Finally, if none of that helps, you can remove the license file from your hard drive. Don’t worry, this won’t cause you to lose an activation, or change your deletion count. It will just force the plugin to check in with our server, and then generate a new license file. To find your license file on macOS, just go to the Finder, click on the "Go" menu, click on "Go to folder..." and then paste in this file path, exactly as it appears below:

~/Library/Application Support/

Or if you’re on Windows, go to this file path, where me is your Window user name: C:\Users\me\AppData\Roaming\

Either way, look through this directory to find the folder named “Plugin Alliance” and then throw it away. Then try to activate your plugin again.


What is our refund policy?
We offer 14-day fully functional free trials of all our software, so please remember that there is never any need to buy a plugin without knowing whether it is right for you.

You can request a cash refund on your purchase, as long as you request the refund within 60 days of the purchase date.
You can request a refund after 60 days, but in that case it will not be a cash refund.  Instead, we will give you a voucher code that is equal to the amount you paid.  You can use that code to buy something else in our web shop.


Where can I find my invoices for my purchases
You should be able to find all your invoices by logging into your PA account and going to View Invoices in the account section. 


My VAT ID is not working
If you're certain that you're entering your VAT ID correctly, please make sure you’re using a VAT ID that matches your payment method country. The country of your credit card address, your Plugin Alliance account, and the physical location of your computer all have to match that of your VAT ID.


Do you offer any kind of Educational Pricing (EDU)
Unfortunately, no, we no longer offer a specific EDU discount. We encourage all of our users to take advantage of our aggressive discounting program which is based on how many plugins you have in your cart to sign up for our Pick Pack program, both of which will often yield a better discount than what was offered by our old standardized EDU discount. Please also note that the more plugins you purchase, the more you will be eligible to receive insider cross promotion offers and individualized vouchers for our new releases!


Sales Support: Monthly Customer Loyalty Vouchers

How is my monthly customer loyalty voucher calculated?

Your monthly customer loyalty voucher is automatically generated based on the total of your order and is subject to change from month to month based on your spending habits. The system calculates your voucher based on the purchases you made within the 12 months that preceded the month in which the voucher was sent out.


For example, the July 2018 vouchers were based on all the purchases that were made from July 1, 2017 through June 31, 2018. For the August 2018 vouchers, the system looks at your purchases from August 1, 2017, until July 31, 2018. Wherever your spending falls in any given month is what determines the amount of your monthly voucher. 


Please note that your final spending tier is calculated excluding taxes, returns and vouchers used.


Also, you must be subscribed to our mailing list in order to receive your voucher. If you unsubscribed in the past, you can rejoin in your account


Why am I not receiving my monthly voucher?

The most likely reason that you are not receiving your monthly voucher emails is because you are currently not subscribed to our Newsletter. Our monthly voucher system is completely automated and if you at some point unsubscribed then, you will no longer receive any of our emails that are administered by this system.


In order to rectify this issue, please make sure that you resign up for our Newsletter and wait until the next month to see if you receive your monthly voucher email then. If for some reason you still don't receive your voucher code in the next calendar month, please check your spam/junk folder and also white list the following email address in your email client: webmail@plugin-alliance.com.

Stacking of Vouchers

Plugin Alliance only permits the use of two coded vouchers for any one purchase. For example if you are purchasing a regular priced Plugin you are able to use two cash valued vouchers, (monthly loyalty voucher and yearly survey voucher). If you are trying to purchase a Plugin that is on sale using an add to cart voucher (24 hour flash sale code) you are only able to use one other voucher with that purchase.

Why is my voucher not working?

There are 2 common reasons for this:

  1. It’s expired. Each customer loyalty voucher expires at 11:59PM on the last day of the month that it was issued in. If you try to use it in the next month, the cart will reject it. You will need to use a new voucher code if you receive one in that month.
  2. The code has been used already.


Where are my vouchers?
If you did not receive your customer loyalty voucher the month after you made a purchase, then make sure you are subscribed to our email list. Update your email preferences to verify that the “Sales & Special Promotions” box is checked. If you ever click “Unsubscribe” at the bottom of any of our email newsletters, you are removed from all the categories of messages we send, including the one that is responsible for the customer loyalty vouchers.


I haven't been receiving my loyalty vouchers
Here is something you can try to make sure that you receive the vouchers in the future:
Login to your Plugin Alliance account. Click on 'My Account'. Scroll down and click on Update Email Preferences tab at the bottom of the page under the User Profile heading. Once there, make sure that the 'Sales & Special Promotions' box is ticked.
If you ever click 'Unsubscribe' at the bottom of any of our automated newsletters, you are taken out of all the categories, including the one that is responsible for the Customer Loyalty Vouchers.


Do I qualify for your monthly vouchers?
The monthly customer loyalty voucher program calculates each user's voucher value based on the amount that they have spent in our store within the 12 months that precede the date that the voucher is issued, with a minimum spend of $50. If your yearly spend is less than $50, no voucher will be issued. However, every purchase made will contribute to your yearly spend until you're once again eligible for vouchers.


Sales Support: Upgrades

Can I get my EQ Ranger Plus upgrade for free, since I bought the older plugin so recently?
The $49 upgrade applies to all EQ Rangers Vol. 1 owners, regardless of the purchase date. Please keep in mind that the EQ Ranger Plus is a wholly separate plugin, and if you do purchase a $49 upgrade, you’ll still get to keep your legacy license.


Why am I not getting a custom bundle discount?
The custom bundle discount does not apply to upgrades, because our upgrade prices are already heavily discounted.  So any upgrades in your cart will not count towards your discount.


Sales Support: Credit Card Payments

I can't enter a payment in checkout
We use a trusted third-party to process all our payments. Their service is integrated into our website with JavaScript, so please make sure that you don't have any browser extensions that are blocking this script. If you are still unable to checkout, please record your screen as you walk through the checkout process and send that to us so we can look for any problems correlated to your order.


I got a "Payment Declined: 15005" message on checkout

That particular error code generally means that it is not a problem on our end, but if you have checked with your card company we should investigate further.  A couple of things to try:


1) Clear your browser cache

2) Try a different internet browser

3) Try a different card 


Sales Support: Past Sales

I missed a voucher/sale date, can I still have the sale? (Christmas, Black Friday, Summer)

Thanks for contacting support.


Unfortunately, because this sale has ended and new sales have begun, we will not be extending this pricing at this time. However, I would strongly suggest keeping an eye on our newsletter towards the end of the month if you missed any sales.

Can you extend the discount price after the sale is over?

We have a 48 hour grace periods on most of our sales after the end of the sale and unfortunately we are not able to extend the sale prices after that point.

We do run frequent specials so it's always a good idea to make sure you're on our mailing list.  That way, you'll be sure not to miss any more sales. The plugin will most likely be discounted again at some point in the future, so be sure to keep an eye on your inbox for new specials as they pop up.


I missed the sale, can I still have the discounted price?
If you attempted to use your code and received a response that it is invalid, this means that the sale ended and the voucher codes for it have been turned off. We are not able to manually adjust or retroactively apply the voucher to your purchase or allow you to use it outside of the specified times.

Also, please remember that we run sales every week so as long as you are signed up for our Newsletter, you will be notified when a new sale goes live and during which times the listed products will be discounted.


I started a trial during the sale date but missed the sale price window
Our policy for any missed sale related matters is that the trial for the product in question had to be started within the time that the sale was live on our website and if the trial start date falls outside of those dates then the retroactive discount is no longer available to the user.


We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause and please be sure to sign up for our Newsletter as that is the best way to find out if the plugin will be on sale in the future. You are more than welcome to wait until that is the case or purchase the plugin at the currently listed price now.


Server too slow at checkout
On occasion when we have a big discounted sale there is so much traffic on our server that it causes the checkout process to slow down or it continues to cycle. I can suggest that you try refreshing the screen or try at another time.


Can I get a discount on a completed purchase? (missed sale)

Thanks for contacting support.


Unfortunately, we will not be discounting or amending completed transactions. Sales, vouchers, and discounts do not apply to purchases already completed or offers that have expired.


However, we do have new sales that are announced every month, so be sure you're subscribed to our newsletter to stay informed.


We appreciate your understanding.

Sales Support: Financing

Do you offer bundle financing?
Unfortunately, no, we no longer offer our old plugin financing plans, so please consider signing up for our PickPack program or add multiple plugins to your cart and watch your savings grow with our Custom Bundle Discounts!


Sales Support: PickPack

Can I change which plugins I have in my PickPack?

Unfortunately, there is currently no option to exchange or replace plugins within a PickPack. 


You can always cancel and begin a new subscription with a different set of plugins. However, please be advised that any fees or payments collected will be retained as a rental fee for the time you did have the plugins.


Can I pay off my PickPack early?
Unfortunately no, that is not possible at this time but this is a feature request that we have heard about from a few people so we are currently evaluating whether we will offer such flexibility in the future.


Activating PickPack Licenses on your Manage Devices page

If you are experiencing the 'No Machine Count Left' error when trying to activate your Pick Pack plugins, please use the Manage Devices page on our website in order to activate your computer.


First, you will need your Machine ID which can be found by following the directions below:


 

In your DAW, drag one of our plugins onto a track. If the plugin activation window isn't already open, click on the "Activation Required" text, or the key icon on the bottom right side of the plugin window.  Next, click the "I'm offline" button.  Your machine ID will appear under the text "This is the machine you are about to activate."



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Next, save this Machine ID by clicking 'Save to file...' and then go to your Manage Devices page. Once there, click on 'Choose File' and upload the document you just saved.



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Click Activate and your Pick Pack licenses will be activated on your computer.


What is PickPack?

PickPack is a new kind of service that provides all the benefits of a subscription service, but with the benefit of full ownership. A PickPack is a custom bundle of any 10 Plugin Alliance plugins, and it costs $29 a month for 29 months. When you make your last payment in 29 months, the plugins are yours to keep forever with no further payments.


Maybe you’re a part-time engineer who just needs access to some plugins for a few months. Or maybe you’re building your plugin library and you want to add some plugins, but you just can’t afford them right now. Either way, PickPack is for you.


Can I merge two of my accounts that have different PickPacks?
It is not possible to merge two of your accounts that contain different PickPacks into one and keep both of your PickPacks. This is due to a system limitation and we may or may not change this in the future. For now, you can only have one PickPack per account.


How do I make my monthly payments?
Once you’ve set up your PickPack, your credit card will be charged automatically every month until you’ve made 29 payments or you cancel your plan. You will be notified through email to let you know after each successful payment. The plugins in your PickPack will also show a “countdown clock” at the bottom of the plugin window to indicate the number of days left in your current billing cycle.


Can I upgrade to a newer version of a plugin while I am making my monthly PickPack payments?

If a plugin is upgraded to a newer version (like bx_digital V2 to bx_digital V3) while you are making your PickPack payments, you will not immediately become eligible to upgrade to the newer version for free. The reason for this is that while you are in the process of making your monthly payments, you are renting the plugin and do not yet own a full license for it. Once you finish paying off your PickPack, then your licenses will be converted to regular full ones and you will be able to receive free upgrades on the plugins that you now own.

However, we will be offering users special deals on upgrades to newer versions when they become available. So please be sure to be signed up for our Newsletter for more info.


Can I use PickPacks from two different accounts on the same machine?

Unfortunately, it is not possible to use PickPacks from different accounts on the same machine since your PickPack licenses are tied to your account. If you try to activate PickPack licenses from another account on your machine, your license file will be overwritten and you will then need to reactivate your plugins the next time you want to use them. If you are looking to use our plugins that are in two different accounts on the same computer, please refer to the USB activation method in our Activation Manual. This way you will be able to insert both of the USB drives into one computer and use your plugins.


What happens if my card is declined and I miss a payment?
If for any reason your credit card is declined, you will receive an email alert so you can update your payment details or contact your bank. We will automatically retry your payment a few times and your license will be reactivated when the payment is successful. If, after twenty days, we have not been able to change you successfully, your PickPack will be cancelled. At this point, you will not be able reopen your old plan, but you can start a new PickPack.


Can I reopen a canceled PickPack plan?
If you choose to cancel your PickPack or it has been cancelled due to declined credit card payments, you will not be able reopen your old plan, but you can start a new one.


Can I use my PickPack licenses on my offline computer?
PickPack licenses do require that you connect to the internet after your automatic monthly payment. If your audio workstation can’t ever be connected to the internet, we recommend that you use an online machine to activate a USB drive, which you can then use on your offline machine. You can update the license file on the USB drive monthly by reconnecting it to your online machine. Please check the activation manual for details on using a USB drive for licensing.


Can I change which plugins are in my PickPack after I’ve started my subscription?
No, but you can always cancel your current PickPack plan and start a new one. The PickPack’s relatively low monthly fee makes it fairly painless to cancel a subscription and start over. Please also keep in mind that we offer free 14-day fully functional trials of all our plugins, so we recommend trying out your plugin lineup before starting your PickPack.


Can I start multiple PickPacks if I want more than 10 plugins?
For now, you can only start one (1) PickPack, and your PickPack has to contain exactly 10 plugins. However, we do plan to add more options to our PickPack service in the future, so be sure you are on the mailing list if you’d like us to keep you posted.


Do I have the option to complete all my PickPack payments early, instead of making monthly payments?
Early payoff is not possible through our current system, but we will be looking into adding various features in the future, so stay tuned!


Sales Support: Crossgrades

I have a UAD version of Brainworx bx_digital V2. Am I eligible for an upgrade?
You can crossgrade from UAD to the native version of bx_digital V3 for $49 per license, and we will update your licenses to the new versions for free!


I have a UAD version the SPL Transient Designer. Am I eligible for an upgrade to the native Transient Designer Plus?
The UAD Transient Designer is a UA product and was not developed by Brainworx, so no crossgrade or upgrade is available.


Can I crossgrade the native versions of my plugins to UAD?

Unfortunately, if you want to buy UAD versions of your native PA plugins, you will have to pay the full retail cost to UA as they are the exclusive retailer of all UAD plugins and it's up to them to create their own discount "crossgrade" policy, and so far they haven't. For future reference, if you ever want to get UAD and Native versions of any PA plugin, buy the UAD version first and then buy the native version. We will give you a special "crossgrade" discount if you already own the UAD version.


Which plugins are available as UAD versions?

Below you will find a list of plugins that are available in both the native format as well as on the UAD platform:

  • bx_digital V3 EQ Collection
  • bx_subsynth
  • bx_masterdesk
  • bx_refinement
  • bx_saturator V2
  • Dangerous BAX EQ Collection
  • elysia alpha compressor
  • elysia mpressor
  • ENGL Amplifier Bundle
  • ENGL E646 VS
  • ENGL E765 RT
  • Maag EQ4
  • Millenia NSEQ-2 EQ
  • SPL Transient Designer
  • SPL TwinTube Processor
  • Vertigo VSM-3
  • Vertigo VSC-2


And the following plugins were developed by Brainworx but are only available on the UAD platform:

  • Ampeg SVT-3 Pro Bass Amplifier
  • Friedman Buxom Betty Amp
  • Friedman Amplifiers Collection
  • Fuchs Overdrive Supreme 50 Amplifier
  • Fuchs Train || Amplifier
  • Ampeg SVT-VR Bass Amplifier
  • Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor
  • ENGL Savage 120 Amplifier
  • Ampeg Heritage Bass Bundle
  • Suhr PT100 Amplifier


Industry Relations: Artist & Content Creator Requests

Do you have an Artist program or offer any kind of endorsements?

If you are interested in joining our Artist Program or establish a collaborative endorsement relationship, please send the attached form to AR@plugin-alliance.com for consideration, and someone will respond if there is interest in working together.


Industry Relations: Industry Licensing

Do you offer any kind of dealer pricing?

At this time, we sell our products exclusively on our website and UAD and unfortunately we are not adding any additional dealers to our program. 


The only way that you can purchase the plugins and then sell them to your customers is by purchasing the plugins directly from our website and then requesting to transfer the licenses to the users that you sell the plugins to. The license transfer fee is $20 per plugin or $50 for more than two plugins.  It is paid by the new owner, so resellers generally deduct this fee from their asking price.

 

To transfer a license, please use our automated self-service license transfer system.


We deliver our software only as digital downloads directly to the user accounts and provide sales and tech support for all of our plugins as long as the user has the license in their account.




About Us: General Information

What is the Plugin Alliance?

We started Plugin Alliance to offer some of the best audio plugins available under one unified standard that does not require any hardware dongle or DSP card.


Easy license management, hassle-free installation, great sound and reliability. One license file for all your plugins, that’s it.


Our goal was to create a unified platform for our plugins. We make sure that these plugins are compatible with all the major hosts. This means that we can make changes once, make sure they will all run smoothly and apply them to all our plugins.


Is Plugin Alliance authorized officially by the companies it represents?

Yes, as you can see on the individual company websites, Plugin Alliance is the exclusive place to try and buy their plugins, download installers and receive tech & sales support for their products.


Who is behind Plugin Alliance?

Plugin Alliance was founded by Dirk Ulrich. Dirk is also the owner and CEO of Brainworx and Plugin Alliance.

Brainworx is responsible for developing some (but not all) of the plugins available from Plugin Alliance.


How can I talk to a member of the Plugin Alliance staff?

Please feel to contact us anytime via the support link in the sidebar and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Before you take the time to do so, please review the questions on this page as your question may have already been answered. Our plugins are used by tens of thousands of users world-wide, so please be patient as there could be a considerable queue in the support line at any given time. The more description and detail you can provide about your question, the faster we will be able to help you resolve the situation.


ACME Audio Opticom XLA-3

Acme Opticom XLA-3 - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed noise level automation line value not updating in UI in ProTools

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed bypassed processing in AAX DSP with Dry/Wet mix setting below 50%

Version 1.0 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Release version

ADPTR AUDIO MetricAB

Adptr Metric AB - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Sep 4, 2018)
- Release version

Black Box Analog Design HG-2

Black Box Analog Design HG-2 - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed bug where plugin produces a buzzing sound when inserted

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0.2 (Mar 3, 2017)
- Fixed issue that generated pumping audio [BXBUGS-1810]
- Minor toolbar UI fix [BXBUGS-1834]
- General: Fixed mousewheel issue with multi-monitor environment on Windows [BXBUGS-1371]
- General: Fixed multi-instantiation of a plugin causing BitWig to crash [BXBUGS-1532]
- General: Fixed multi-instantiation of any 2 plugins in different hosts leading to crash [BXBUGS-1678]

Version 1.0.1 (Feb 7, 2016)
- Updated manual

Version 1.0
- Release version

Brainworx bx_2098 EQ

Brainworx bx_2098 EQ - Changelog

Version 1.2 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.1 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.0 (Feb 20, 2018)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_bassdude

Brainworx bx_bassdude - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.1 (Oct 2, 2015) - Hotfix Release
- Fixed RTAS Windows
- Added 32 new impulse responses with 3 different bass boxes
- Added new bass presets

Version 1.0 (Jul 18, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_blackdist2

Brainworx bx_blackdist2 - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.0 (Oct 3, 2016)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_bluechorus2

Brainworx bx_bluechorus2 - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed Undo/Redo (BXBUGS-1223)

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.1 (Oct 2, 2015) - Hotfix Release
- Add AAX DSP version

Version 1.0 (Jul 18, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_boom!

Brainworx bx_boom - Changelog

Version 1.11 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.10 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.9 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.8.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed labeling issue

Version 1.8 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.7.5 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.7.4 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.3 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.2 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.7.1 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed TDM mono processing and TDM bypass behavior

Version 1.7 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.6.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.6 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.5 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.4.4 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.4.3 (Dez 07, 2012)
- fixed release curve

Version 1.4.2 (Nov 16, 2012)
- fixed processing

Version 1.4.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.4 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 1.3.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
- fixed licensing issue with trials turned into NFRs
- fixed AAX pagetables for hardware controllers
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- fixed mouse wheel behavior
- minor GUI fixes

Version 1.3.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins

- fixed licensing with Venue
- fixed stuttering or distorted audio with NFR licenses
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 1.3.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added host factory presets
- added Plugin Alliance licenser
- fixed channel issues on VST hosts (0000084)

Version 1.2.4 (Sep 28 / Oct 6, 2011)
- fixed TDM bypass (0000061)
- fixed Boom! parameter missing in Pro Tools list (0000064)
- fixed Mac installers (0000066) (Oct 6, 2011)

Version 1.2.3 (Aug 19, 2011)
- fixed processing in bx_boom Mono (0000035, 0000040)
- fixed inverse processing (0000038)

Version 1.2.2 (Mar 21, 2011)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.2.1 (Dez 2, 2010)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.2.0 (Jun 25, 2010)
- fixed high CPU load
- fixed processing issues
- added bx_boom Mono & Multi-Mono version
- added 64-bit audio-processing support

Version 1.1.1 (Dez 2, 2009)
- fixed Mac installers

Version 1.1.0 (Nov 2, 2009)
- GUI changes
- optimized code
- fixed Pro Tools parameter highlighting
- fixed host Bypass

Version 1.0.1 (May 5, 2009)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_cleansweep Pro

Brainworx bx_cleansweep Pro - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)
- Fixed Automation Highlighting fits not 100% or is missing

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.0 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Initial Release

Brainworx bx_cleansweep V2

Brainworx bx_cleansweep V2 - Changelog

Version 2.10 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 2.9 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 2.8 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bypass button function
- Fixed typo in preset name

Version 2.7.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 2.7 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed bypass button (BXBUGS-1262)

Version 2.6.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 2.6.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.6.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.6.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.6 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)
- Fixed metering code

Version 2.5 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 2.4.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 2.4 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 2.3 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 2.2.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 2.2.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 2.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 2.1.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- fixed input gain label

Version 2.1.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed "Divide by Zero" error with AAX Windows
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins

- fixed licensing with Venue
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 2.1.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added host factory presets
- added Plugin Alliance licenser

Version 2.0.2 (Mar 21, 2011)
- maintenance changes

Version 2.0.1
- maintenance changes

Version 2.0.0
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.0 (Jan 26, 2010)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_console E

Brainworx bx_console E - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed bug where Link button and L/C meter in the GUI have the wrong state (on/off resp. mono/stereo) when reopening a session or switching back to default settings/preset
- Fixed TMT Channel not being correctly written in all automation modes

Version 1.1.1 ()
- Fixed gain scaling for EQ pots

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed compressor mix knob scale in the UI

Version 1.0 (Jul 24, 2017)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_console G

Brainworx bx_console G - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed bug where Link button and L/C meter in the GUI have the wrong state (on/off resp. mono/stereo) when reopening a session or switching back to default settings/preset
- Fixed TMT Channel not being correctly written in all automation modes

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed compressor mix knob scale in the UI

Version 1.0 (Sep 5, 2017)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_console N

Brainworx bx_console N - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed TMT Channel not being correctly written in all automation modes
- Fixed bypass causing frozen meters
- Fixed bug where first touch of LPF/HPF parameter after instantiating deactivated the knob
- Fixed typo in manual about the REL2

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bug where buttons in UI required multiple clicking to get the UI updated

Version 1.0 (Oct 2, 2017)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_console SSL 4000 E

Brainworx bx_console SSL 4000 E - Changelog

Version 1.1 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)
- Fixed THD ALL & V Gain ALL resets all Console THD ALL & V Gain ALL settings to default when loading
- Fixed Solo title remains in Mono version
- Fixed CPU spikes and UI animation issues during automation
- Fixed compressor mix knob at zero produces audible digital clicks

Version 1.0 (Jul 9, 2018)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_console SSL 4000 G

Brainworx bx_console SSL 4000 G - Changelog

Version 1.1 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)
- Fixed THD ALL & V Gain ALL resets all Console THD ALL & V Gain ALL settings to default when loading
- Fixed Solo title remains in Mono version
- Fixed CPU spikes and UI animation issues during automation
- Fixed compressor mix knob at zero produces audible digital clicks

Version 1.0 (Jul 9, 2018)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_control V2

Brainworx bx_control V2 - Changelog

Version 2.10 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 2.9 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 2.8 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 2.7.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 2.7 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 2.6.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 2.6.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.6.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.6.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.6 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed switch graphics behavior (348)
- Fixed metering code
- Fixed plugin effect category
- Minor GUI fix

Version 2.5 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 2.4.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 2.4 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 2.3 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 2.2.3 (Feb 25, 2013)
- fixed presets

Version 2.2.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 2.2.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed presets
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 2.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 2.1.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
- fixed licensing issue with trials turned into NFRs
- fixed AAX pagetables for hardware controllers
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- minor GUI fixes

Version 2.1.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins

- fixed licensing with Venue
- fixed stuttering or distorted audio with NFR licenses
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 2.1.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added host factory presets
- added Plugin Alliance licenser

Version 2.0.3 (Mar 21, 2011)
- maintenance changes

Version 2.0.2 (Dez 2, 2010)
- maintenance changes

Version 2.0.1 (Jun 25, 2010)
- fixed high CPU load
- fixed processing issues

Version 2.0 (Jan 28, 2010)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_delay 2500

Brainworx bx_delay 2500 - Changelog

Version 1.2 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.1 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.0 (Feb 20, 2018)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_digital V3

Brainworx bx_digital V3 - Changelog

Version 3.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 3.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed bug where auto-solo gets stuck when clicking left and right mouse buttons simultaneously

Version 3.2.1 (Jan 29, 2018)
- Fixed a crash in Pro Tools when displaying EQ curves in the mixer

Version 3.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed UI not properly resizing in Reaper 5 with VST3

Version 3.1.2 (Mar 3, 2017)
- Fixed HF adjustments could cause loudness spikes [BXBUGS-1772]
- Fixed "Auto-Solo" function causing "Solo" buttons to be permanently enabled [BXBUGS-1498]
- Fixed Solo getting stuck when adjusting parameters [BXBUGS-1837]
- Fixed plugin opening with Solo M activated by default or when changing presets [BXBUGS-1818].
- Mix version only: Minor UI fix for Gain In & Gain Out textedits [BXBUGS-1667]
- General: Fixed mousewheel issue with multi-monitor environment on Windows [BXBUGS-1371]
- General: Fixed multi-instantiation of a plugin causing BitWig to crash [BXBUGS-1532]
- General: Fixed multi-instantiation of any 2 plugins in different hosts leading to crash [BXBUGS-1678]

Version 3.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed linking issue after session recall
- Usability improvements

Version 3.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Added EUCON page tables
- Fixed Auto-Solo (BXBUGS-1219)
- Fixed Mono-Maker (BXBUGS-1240)
- Fixed signal processing when soloing a channel (BXBUGS-1238)
- Exchanged Bass Shift and Presence Shift parameters in second channel for V2 like layout (BXBUGS-1260)
- Remodelled upper toolbar
- Fixed frequency response curve re-drawing issues (BXBUGS-1218)

Version 3.0 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Initial Release

Brainworx bx_distorange

Brainworx bx_distorange - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed Undo/Redo (BXBUGS-1224)

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0 (*)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_dynEQ V2

Brainworx bx_dynEQ - Changelog

Version 2.10 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 2.9 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 2.8 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 2.7.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 2.7 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 2.6.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 2.6.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.6.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.6.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.6 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed switch graphics behavior (348)
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)

Version 2.5 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 2.4.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 2.4 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 2.3 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Alliance toolbar menus
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 2.2.4 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 2.2.3 (Dez 07, 2012)
- fixed HiPass / LoPass calculation
- fixed release curve
- resolved crackling issues
- fixed TDM Max Gain and Inverse Mode

Version 2.2.2 (Nov 16, 2012)
- fixed band pass processing

Version 2.2.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- minor GUI fixes
- fixed TDM parameters & automation
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 2.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 2.1.3 (May 11, 2012)
- fixed M/S info screen on re-opening instance
- fixed GUI refresh on preset change
- fixed minor TDM issues

Version 2.1.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
(Please note that due to the sidechain switch fix, projects and settings stored with earlier versions of the bx_dynEQ won't restore the sidechain value! However storing the settings with this version will be fully forward-compatible again with future versions.)
- fixed licensing issue with trials turned into NFRs
- fixed AAX pagetables for hardware controllers
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- fixed mouse wheel behavior
- fixed sidechain switch (see note above)
- fixed max. gain - now hard-limits the gain value so that overs are prevented more effectively
- fixed threshold default with AAX Mac
- fixed link buttons for mono version with AAX Mac
- fixed bypass automation graphic with Pro Tools Mac
- fixed GUI for S section when not active
- fixed GUI update issues
- minor GUI fixes

Version 2.1.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins
- fixed stuttering or distorted audio with NFR licenses

- fixed licensing with Venue
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 2.1.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added host factory presets
- added Plugin Alliance licenser
- fixed channel issues on VST hosts (0000019)

Version 2.0.2 (Aug 19, 2011)
- changed GUI behavior on Mac (0000043)
- fixed eq curve (0000029)

- fixed TDM metering (0000044)

Version 2.0.1 (Jun 7, 2011)
- changed GUI behavior (no resizing)

Version 2.0.0 (Mar 16/23, 2011)
- added sidechaining support
- enhanced GUI
- added Inverse Mode feature
- added max. Gain x2 feature

Version 1.2.0 (Jun 25, 2010)
- fixed high CPU load
- fixed processing issues
- added bx_boom Mono & Multi-Mono version
- added 64-bit audio-processing support

Version 1.1.1 (Dez 2, 2009)
- fixed Mac installers

Version 1.1.0 (Nov 2, 2009)
- Increased minimum Attack time to 0.05 ms (50 µs), changed scaling
- GUI changes
- added master bar
- optimized code
- fixed Pro Tools parameter highlighting
- fixed metering on startup
- fixed GUI in Live & Sequoia (resizing)
- fixed host Bypass
- fixed meter scaling
- fixed processing issue on right channel in regular mode

Version 1.0.1 (April 8, 2009)
- fixed mouse wheel support
- fixed bx_dynEQ Mono channel issues
- fixed controls linking
- fixed filter processing (frequency changes)
- added TDM versions

Version 1.0.0 (Mar 20, 2009)
- Release Native

Known bugs:
- Copy, Paste, Reset only works on channel 1 for Pro Tools Multi-Mono instances

Brainworx bx_greenscreamer

Brainworx bx_greenscreamer - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed Undo/Redo (BXBUGS-1225)

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0 (Jul 18, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_hybrid V2

Brainworx bx_hybrid V2 - Changelog

Version 2.7 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 2.6 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support (bx_hybrid v2 Mix)

Version 2.5 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 2.4.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed Auto-Listen getting stuck on preset change

Version 2.4 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 2.3.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 2.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update
- Fixed resetting processing

Version 2.2.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.2.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.2 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed page table issue
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)

Version 2.1 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX DSP incorrect cycle count DAE error (347)
- Fixed possible Auto-Listen sound issues (359)

Version 2.0 (Sep 04, 2013)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_limiter

Brainworx bx_limiter - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.5 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed AAX DSP load issue (BUGS-1113)
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.4.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.4.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.4.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.4 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed view when changing channel configuration
- Fixed GR meter showing full scale when opening the GUI
- Fixed meter fallback

Version 1.3 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed latency reporting

Version 1.2.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.2 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.1 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.0.4 (Feb 27, 2013)
- enabled Multi-Channel for Pro Tools

Version 1.0.3 (Jan 16, 2013)
- fixed metering for control surfaces (#230)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.0.2 (Nov 08, 2012)
- fixed AU issue (fixes AU validation)

Version 1.0.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.0 (Oct 16, 2012)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_masterdesk

Brainworx bx_masterdesk - Changelog

Version 1.1 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.0 (Aug 7, 2018)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_megadual

Brainworx bx_megadual - Changelog

Version 1.6 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.5 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.4 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.3.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.3 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update
- Added AAX DSP support

Version 1.0 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_megasingle

Brainworx bx_megasingle - Changelog

Version 1.6 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.5 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.4 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed inconsistent audio processing after switching rhythm/lead switch

Version 1.3.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.3 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update
- Added AAX DSP support

Version 1.0 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_metal2

Brainworx bx_metal2 - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.0 (Oct 3, 2016)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_meter

Brainworx bx_meter - Changelog

Version 1.11 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)
- Fixed Dynamic Range Meter not displaying level

Version 1.10 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.9 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.8.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.8 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.7.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.7.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.7 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed meter code

Version 1.6 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.5.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.5 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.4 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.3.2 (Feb 27, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.3.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.3 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 1.2.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
- fixed licensing issue with trials turned into NFRs
- fixed AAX pagetables for hardware controllers
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- fixed GUI issue with Final Cut Pro X

Version 1.2.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins

- fixed licensing with Venue
- fixed stuttering or distorted audio with NFR licenses
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 1.2.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added host factory presets
- added Plugin Alliance licenser

Version 1.1.1 (Sep 21 / Oct 6, 2011)
- fixed plugin info (0000053)
- fixed TDM bypass (0000054)
- fixed PPC compatibility (0000055)
- fixed Mac installer (interference with bx_digital & bx_boom) (0000066) (Oct 6, 2011)

Version 1.1.0 (Sep 12, 2011)
- added TDM version
- added L/R flip button
- added Legacy look mode
- added Katz-Metering
- fixed floating scale (0000046)

Version 1.0.0 (Aug 12, 2011)
- Release version

Known bugs:
- Restart required to show GUI for AU users from update V1.0 -> V1.1 or later

Brainworx bx_opto

Brainworx bx_opto - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Added EUCON pagetables

Version 1.0.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_opto Pedal

Brainworx bx_opto Pedal - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed bug that could lead to plugin crash

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.0.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_panEQ

Brainworx bx_panEQ - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Graphic improvements

Version 1.0 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_refinement

Brainworx bx_refinement - Changelog

Version 1.6 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.5 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.4 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.3.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.3 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Added EUCON/ProControl pagetables (VENUE-172)

Version 1.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed AAX DSP load issue (BUGS-1113)
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.1.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.1.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.1 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed bypassed meters
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)
- Fixed oscillator naming in the generic view (382)
- Fixed meter inaccuracies

Version 1.0 (May 07, 2014)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_rockrack V3

Brainworx bx_rockrack V3 - Changelog

Version 3.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 3.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 3.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed missing automation highlighting for some parameters in ProTools

Version 3.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed set to default for EQ faders

Version 3.0 (Oct 3, 2016)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_rockrack V3 Player

Brainworx bx_rockrack V3 Player - Changelog

Version 3.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 3.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 3.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 3.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 3.0 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_rooMS

Brainworx bx_rooMS - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed possible crashs
- Fixed gain settings for presets
- Added missing version number to splash screen

Version 1.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.0 (Oct 17, 2016)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_saturator V2

Brainworx bx_saturator V2 - Changelog

Version 2.6 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 2.5 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 2.4 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bypass activating Mid Solo
- Fixed memory leaks
- Fixed bug that caused Waves LV1 Mixer to hang

Version 2.3.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 2.3 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Added SoundGrid support
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed auto-solo behaviour for Venue (BXBUGS-1241)

Version 2.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed AAX DSP load issue (BUGS-1113)
- Non abbreviated names in compensation context menus (BUGS-1075)
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 2.1.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.1.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.1.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.1 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed mono view
- Fixed meter fallback
- Fixed metering code

Version 2.0 (May 07, 2014)
- Release Version

Brainworx bx_shredspread

Brainworx bx_shredspread - Changelog

Version 1.12 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.11 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.10 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.9.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.9 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.8.0 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Fixed Solo Pan functionality
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.7.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.7 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed clipping indicator
- Fixed meter fallback
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)
- Fixed metering code

Version 1.6 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.5.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.5 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.4 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Brainworx toolbar features
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.3.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.3.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.3 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 1.2.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
- fixed licensing issue with trials turned into NFRs
- fixed AAX pagetables for hardware controllers
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- fixed GUI issue with Final Cut Pro X

Version 1.2.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins

- fixed licensing with Venue
- fixed stuttering or distorted audio with NFR licenses
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 1.2.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added host factory presets
- added Plugin Alliance licenser

Version 1.1.3 (Aug 12, 2011)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.0
- Release version

Brainworx bx_solo

Brainworx bx_solo - Changelog

Version 1.10 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.9 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.8 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.7.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.7 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.6.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.6.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.6.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Added presets
- General codebase update

Version 1.6.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.6 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.5.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.5 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.4 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.3.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.3.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.3 (Jun 22, 2012)
- licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- fixed response issues in AU format

Version 1.2.2 (Mar 21, 2012)
- fixed AAX pagetables for hardware controllers
- fixed AAX issues and crashes with Icon controller
- fixed noise problem when using AudioSuite(AAX) format
- fixed AAX GUI issue - now reacts to first mouse click
- fixed GUI issue with AudioFinder - now reacts to single clicks
- fixed mouse wheel behavior

Version 1.2.1 (Jan 27, 2012)
- fixed "Divide by Zero" error with AAX Windows
- fixed crashes with AAX plugins

- fixed licensing with Venue
- minor fixes in licenser
- added feature to insert email address into login field by default

Version 1.2.0 (Jan 2, 2012)
- added 64-bit support (VST, VST3, AU)
- added AAX Native format
- added Plugin Alliance licenser

Version 1.1.2 (Mar 21, 2011)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.1.1 (Dez 13, 2010)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.1.0 (Dez 13, 2010)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.4 (Nov 2, 2009)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.3
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.2
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.1 (Nov 17, 2007)
- maintenance changes

Version 1.0.0 (Jul 28, 2007)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_stereomaker

Brainworx bx_stereomaker - Changelog

Version 1.8 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.7 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.6 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.5.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.5 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.4.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.4.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.4.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.4.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.4 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed switch behavior
- Fixed clip indicator
- Fixed meter inaccuracies

Version 1.3 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.2.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.2 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.1.1 (Apr 15, 2013)

- fixed sporadic noise-bursts / pops / clicks when re-opening sessions and switching between banks and presets
- fixed muted busses when re-opening sessions


Version 1.1 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.0.2 (Feb 25, 2013)
- fixed PT issues
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.0.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed various potential crashes
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.0.0 (Aug 20, 2012)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_subfilter

Brainworx bx_subfilter - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed plugin flipping phase of any audio
- Fixed metering issue when loading as AU

Version 1.0 (Apr 10, 2017)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_subsynth

Brainworx bx_subsynth - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Fixed bug that lead to noise when reopening a session where the plugin is bypassed

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed typo in manual

Version 1.0 (Mar 1, 2017)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_townhouse Buss Compressor

Brainworx bx_townhouse Buss Compressor - Changelog

Version 1.1 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)
- Fixed Mono to Stereo AAX DSP instance not loading in Pro Tools

Version 1.0 (Jul 9, 2018)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_tuner

Brainworx bx_tuner - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update
- Fixed preset enumeration which can lead to doubled enumeration in ProTools and other hosts

Version 1.0.1 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (May 27, 2015)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_XL V2

Brainworx bx_XL V2 - Changelog

Version 2.10 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)
- Fixed Dynamic Range Meter not displaying level

Version 2.9 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 2.8 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 2.7.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 2.7 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 2.6 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed AAX DSP load issue (BUGS-1113)
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 2.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed output meters

Version 2.4
- Fixed L/R balance meter
- Fixed sidechain delay compensation
- Fixed parameter smoothing

Version 2.3 (Nov 26, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed latency reporting

Version 2.2.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 2.2 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 2.1 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 2.0.3 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 2.0.2 (Nov 08, 2012)
- fix AU issue (fixes AU validation)

Version 2.0.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 2.0 (Oct 16, 2012)
- Release version

Brainworx bx_yellowdrive

Brainworx bx_yellowdrive - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed Undo/Redo (BXBUGS-1232)

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0 (*)
- Release version

Chandler Limited GAV19T

Chandler GAV19T - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Release version

Dangerous Music BAX EQ

Dangerous Bax EQ - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.0 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Initial Release

Dear Reality dearVR music

Dear Reality dearVR music - Changelog

Version 1.2.2 (Feb 08, 2019)


Version 1.2 (Oct 12, 2018)
- Fixed automation can't be written via selection box in Logic
- Fixed Duplicates in the Virtual Acoustics controls view
- Fixed Pro Tools crashes/error message when activating parameter for automation

Version 1.1 (Mar 05, 2018)
- Added support of up to 192 kHz sample rate
- Fixed severe audio glitches
- Fixed host bypass causes audio to disappear; also causing playback head to no longer move
- Fixed "PERFORMANCE MODE" is not displaying the change of the parameter status
- Fixed License showing NFR(-1)

Version 1.0 (Oct 16, 2017)
- Release version

Dear Reality dearVR pro

Dear Reality dearVR pro - Changelog

Version 1.2.2 (Feb 08, 2019)


Version 1.2 (Oct 12, 2018)
- Fixed automation can't be written via selection box in Logic
- Fixed constant distortion whilst automation is engaged
- Updated manual

Version 1.1 (Mar 05, 2018)
- Added support of up to 192 kHz sample rate
- Added higher order ambisonics in ProTools
- Fixed severe audio glitches
- Fixed host bypass causes audio to disappear; also causing playback head to no longer move
- Fixed LRCS passes audio regardless of license
- Fixed license showing NFR(-1)

Version 1.0 (Oct 16, 2017)
- Release version

DS Audio Thorn V1.2

DS Thorn - Changelog

Version 1.2 (Feb 7, 2019)
- Release version

ProAudioDSP DSM V2

Dynamic Spectrum Mapper V2 - Changelog

Version 2.8 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 2.7 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 2.6 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 2.5.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 2.5 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 2.4.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 2.4.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.4.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 2.4.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 2.4 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed minor GUI bugs (341, 342)

Version 2.3 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed automation list (315)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 2.2.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 2.2 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 2.1 (Apr 05, 2013)
- added ICON mapping
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed issue with too loud bounces in Wavelab
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 2.0.4 (Feb 7, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 2.0.3 (Jan 16, 2013)
- fixed threshold curve not retained bug

Version 2.0.2 (Oct 31, 2012)
- Fixed Hi-Band settings not retained bug

Version 2.0.1 (Oct 18, 2012)
- Fixed AU-Validation bug

- Fixed division by zero bug (VST3, RTAS)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 2.0 (Oct 16, 2012)
- Initial release with AAX DSP version

elysia alpha compressor

elysia alpha compressor - Changelog

Version 1.11 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.10 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.9 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed crash when adding a channel in the Plugin Pin connector in Reaper

Version 1.8.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.8 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Fixed bug that leads to Alpha stop passing audio [BXBUGS-1121]

Version 1.7.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.7.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.7.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.7 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed audible artifacts when changing parameters.
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)
- Fixed meter inaccuracies

Version 1.6 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.5.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.5 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.4 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.3.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.3.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.3 (Oct 16, 2012)
- Added AAX DSP

Version 1.2.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.2.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses
- Fixed 96kHz bug in TDM version

Version 1.2 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Added German manual
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

Version 1.1
- Added TDM version
- Improved mouse tracking in circular mode

Version 1.0.1
- RTAS: added multichannel mode to Mix version
- Fixed metering in M/S mode
- Fixed control linkage

Version 1.0
- Initial release

elysia karacter

elysia karacter - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0 (Jun 15, 2017)
- Release version

elysia mpressor

elysia mpressor - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bug that caused Waves LV1 Mixer to hang

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Added SoundGrid support
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Added EUCON pagetables

Version 1.5.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed wrong parameter value display
- Fixed parameter order in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)
- Fixed gain reduction meter inaccuracies

Version 1.4 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.3 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.2 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.1.4 (Feb 25, 2013)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses

Version 1.1 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Improved mouse tracking in circular mode
- Added presets
- Added German manual
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

Version 1.0.4
- VST/VST3: Fixed UI issues in WaveLab 7
- Added parameter display

Version 1.0.3
- VST3/AU: support multichannel configurations
- VST3: support Presonus extensions
- TDM: improved parameter smoothing
- Correct Niveau Filter center frequency at lower samplerates
- Switchable noise floor

Version 1.0.2
- RTAS/TDM: fixed control mappings for ICON center section
- VST3/AU: support silence flags
- VST3: fixed preset loading
- VST3: fixed hanging host meters on Windows
- Decorrelated noise floor
- Added TDM version

Version 1.0.1
- AudioSuite: added latency compensation
- RTAS: added control highlighting
- AU: fixed sidechaining problem in Digital Performer
- Added VST3 version of the plug-in

Version 1.0
- Initial release

elysia museq

elysia museq - Changelog

Version 1.7 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.6 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.5 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.4.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.4 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.3.3 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.3.2 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.3 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed channel bypassing in M/S mode
- Fixed distortion
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.2 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed clipping indicator

Version 1.1 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)

Version 1.0 (Oct 01, 2013)
- Release version

elysia niveau filter

elysia niveau filter - Changelog

Version 1.10 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.9 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.8 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.7.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.7 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.6 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Fixed signal processing (BXBUGS-1157)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed value reset when plugin gets resetted

Version 1.4 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.3 (Jun 21, 2013)
- revised look
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.2 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.1.4 (Feb 25, 2013)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses
- Fixed AU crash on instantiation

Version 1.1 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Improved mouse tracking in circular mode
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

Version 1.0.1
- VST/VST3: Fixed UI issues in WaveLab 7
- Added parameter display

Version 1.0
- Initial release

elysia nvelope

elysia nvelope - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.0.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Initial release

elysia Phil's Cascade

elysia phil's cascade - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Nov 19, 2018)
- Release version

ENGL E646 VS

ENGL E646 VS - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.2 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.1 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (May 27, 2015)
- Release version

ENGL E765 RT

ENGL E765 RT - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed missing parameter highlighting in Pro Tools
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.2 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.1 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0 (May 27, 2015)
- Release version

fiedler audio stage

Fiedler Audio Stage - Changelog

Version 1.0.2 (Mar 26, 2018)
- Improved licensing behavior

Version 1.0.1
- Fixed plugin crashin DAW on Win 7 and Win 10 [FIEDBUG-8]

Version 1.0
- Release version

Lindell Audio 254E

Lindell 254E - Changelog

Version 1.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Added toolbar
- Added A/B presets
- Added calibration level setup
- Added oversampling setup
- Added external sidechain support

Version 1.1 (Oct 26, 2015)
- Fixed behavior upon sample rate change
- Fixed RTAS compatibility issues on Windows
- Improved ICON mapping

Version 1.0 (Sep 1, 2015)
- Release version

Lindell Audio 354E

Lindell 354E - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Apr 17, 2017)
- Release version

Lindell Audio 6X-500

Lindell 6X-500 - Changelog

Version 1.1.1 (Sep 3, 2015)
- Fixed AU validation bug

Version 1.1.0 (Sep 1, 2015)
- Release version

Lindell Audio 7X-500

Lindell 7X-500 - Changelog

Version 1.2 (Oct 26, 2015)
- Fixed factory presets for VST3
- Fixed RTAS compatibility issues on Windows
- Improved ICON mapping

Version 1.1 (Sep 1, 2015)
- Release version

Lindell Audio ChannelX

Lindell Audio PEX-500

Lindell PEX-500 - Changelog

Version 1.2 (Oct 26, 2015)
- Fixed RTAS compatibility issues on Windows

Version 1.1 (Sep 1, 2015)
- Release version

Lindell Audio TE-100

Lindell TE-100 - Changelog

Version 1.1 (Feb 17, 2017)
- Added in and out level controls
- Fixed oversampling sound variances

Version 1.0 (Aug 12, 2016)
- Release version

Louder Than Liftoff Chop Shop

LTL Chop Shop EQ - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Dec 25, 2018)
- Initial release

Maag Audio EQ2

Maag EQ2 - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1.3 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.1.2 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.1.1 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed problems when using RTAS version for plugin activation
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.0 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Initial release

Maag Audio EQ4

Maag EQ4 - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bug that caused Waves LV1 Mixer to hang

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Added SoundGrid support
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Added EUCON pagetables

Version 1.5.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed spectral low-end response in TDM version (277)
- AAX DSP version improvements

Version 1.4.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.4 (Jun 21, 2013)
- improved mapping to ICON center section
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.3 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.2.3 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.2.2 (Nov 08, 2012)
- fix AU issue (fixes AU validation)

Version 1.2.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.2 (Oct 16, 2012)
- Added AAX DSP

Version 1.1.3 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format

Version 1.1.2 (Mar 19, 2012)
- Licenser Bugfix

Version 1.1.1 (Feb 27, 2012)
- TDM Fixes

Version 1.1 (Feb 20, 2012)
- Added TDM / VENUE Version

Version 1.0 (Feb 10, 2012)
- Initial release

Maag Audio Magnum-K

Maag Magnum-K - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Jan 22, 2019)
- Initial release

Millennia NSEQ-2

Millennia NSEQ-2 - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.2 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.1 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update
- Fixed preset enumeration which can lead to doubled enumeration in ProTools and other hosts

Version 1.0.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.0 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Initial release

Millennia TCL-2

Millennia TCL-2 - Changelog

Version 1.5 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.4 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.3 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed broken preset on Windows

Version 1.2.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed right channel compression becoming unresponsive (link mode)
- Fixed preset set
- Fixed meter response

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.0.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.0 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Initial release

Noveltech Character

Noveltech Character - Changelog

Version 1.11 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.10 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.9 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.8.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.8 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.7 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed meter naming
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.6.4 (Sep 29, 2015) - Hotfix Release
- Fixed AAX DSP support (#753)

Version 1.6.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.6.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.6.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.6 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed problems with target parameter
- Fixed problems when using store button
- Fixed meter inaccuracies

Version 1.5 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed Logic Pro X issue with failed validation (324)
- Fixed context menu check box under Mac (314)
- Moved preset menu to host (331)

Version 1.4.2 (Aug 01, 2013)
- fixed support for Pro Tools 11

Version 1.4.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.4 (Jun 21, 2013)
- fixed preset menu
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.3.1 (Apr 10, 2013)
- AU version fixes

Version 1.3 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added AAX DSP
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- Fixed preset saving bug

Version 1.1.1 (Apr 11, 2012)
- Fixed high CPU-load bug

Version 1.1 (Apr 5, 2012)
- Fixed character parameter mapping / processing bug, plugin sounds closer to the original now

Version 1.0 (Mar 12, 2012)
- Initial release

Noveltech Vocal Enhancer

Noveltech Vocal Enhancer - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed Pro Tools control highlighting

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.5 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Fixed meter naming
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.4.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.4.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.4.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.4 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed view when changing channel configuration
- Fixed parameter names in the generic view to comply with the GUI (422)
- Fixed meter inaccuracies
- Minor GUI fixes

Version 1.3 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed context menu check box under Mac (314)
- Fixed Pro Tools multi mono channel synchronization (350)
- Moved preset menu to host (331)

Version 1.2.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.2 (Jun 21, 2013)
- minor bugfixes
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.1 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.0 (Feb 15, 2013)
- Initial release

Schoeps Double MS

Schoeps Double MS - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Nov 14, 2018)
- Release version

Schoeps Mono Upmix

Schoeps Mono Upmix - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Nov 14, 2018)
- Release version

SPL Attacker Plus

SPL Attacker Plus - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0 (Mar 13, 2017)
- Release version

SPL De-Essers

SPL De-Esser - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bug that caused Waves LV1 Mixer to hang

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Added SoundGrid support
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Added EUCON pagetables

Version 1.5.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed gain reduction meter and overload clip

Version 1.4 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.3 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.2 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.1.3 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.2 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.1 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.1 (Mar 30, 2012)
- Added Dual-Band De-Esser
- Added presets

Version 1.0 (Mar 13, 2012)
- Initial release

SPL De-Verb Plus

SPL De-Verb Plus - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0 (Mar 13, 2017)
- Release version

SPL DrumXchanger

SPL DrumXchanger - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.5.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- Added presets
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added warning label to signalize if custom samples could not be found (333)
- Minor GUI fixes (337)

Version 1.4 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.3 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.2 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.1.4 (Feb 25, 2013)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses

Version 1.1 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

SPL EQ Ranger Plus

SPL EQ Ranger Plus - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.0 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Release version

SPL Free Ranger

SPL Free Ranger - Changelog

Version 1.12 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.11 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.10 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed signal LED

Version 1.9.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements
- Fixed signal LED

Version 1.9 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.8.5 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.8.4 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.8.3 (Jun 23, 2015)
- Fixed resetting signal processing

Version 1.8.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.8.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.8 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Fixed bypass

Version 1.7 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.6.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.6 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.5 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.4.4 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.4.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.4.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.4.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses

Version 1.4 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

SPL HawkEye

SPL HawkEye - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Jan 9, 2019)
- Initial release

SPL IRON

SPL IRON - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Jan 9, 2019)
- Initial Release

SPL Mo-Verb Plus

SPL Mo-Verb Plus - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.2 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.1 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.0 (Mar 13, 2017)
- Release version

SPL Passeq

SPL Passeq - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.5.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format

Version 1.4 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.3 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.2 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed possible host hanging issue
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.1.4 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses
- Fixed hanging 64-bit version after changing parameters

Version 1.1 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

SPL Transient Designer Plus

SPL Transient Designer Plus - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne
- Fixed bug that caused Waves LV1 Mixer to hang

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- Added SoundGrid support
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Improved EUCON pagetables

Version 1.0 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Initial Release

SPL TwinTube

SPL TwinTube - Changelog

Version 1.12 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.11 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix
- Added Pro Tools Multi-Channel support

Version 1.10 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.9.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.9 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"
- Added EUCON pagetables

Version 1.8.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.8.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.8.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.8.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.8 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.7.3 (?)
- decreased AAX DSP load

Version 1.7.2 (Jul 05, 2013)
- fixed for Pro Tools 11
- fixed bypass

Version 1.7.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.7 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.6 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- AAX DSP version improvements
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.5.2 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.5.1 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.5 (Oct 16, 2012)
- Added AAX DSP

Version 1.4.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.4.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses

Version 1.4 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

SPL Vitalizer MK2-T

SPL Vitalizer MK2-T - Changelog

Version 1.12 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.11 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.10 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.9.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.9 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.8.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS/TDM/VENUE 32-bit format support

Version 1.8.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.8.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update
- Signal oversampling fix

Version 1.8.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.8 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Fixed crackling artifacts when changing the bass compressor parameter

Version 1.7 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)
- Fixed AAX Audiosuite latency compensation (311)

Version 1.6.2 (Jul 5, 2013)
- fixed sound issues

Version 1.6.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.6 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.5 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.4.4 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.4.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- fixed potential TDM automation issue under Mac OS
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.4.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.4.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses

Version 1.4 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Added presets
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

Unfiltered Audio BYOME

Unfiltered Audio Byome - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Oct 4, 2018)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Dent 2

Unfiltered Audio Dent 2 - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Aug 21, 2017)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Fault

Unfiltered Audio Fault - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Jul 6, 2016)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio G8

Unfiltered Audio G8 - Changelog

Version 1.3.1 (April 1, 2016)
- Fixed factory preset install on Mac (regression)

Version 1.3 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Fixed factory preset install on Mac

Version 1.2 (Oct 5, 2015)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Indent 2

Unfiltered Audio Indent 2 - Changelog

Version 1.0 (Aug 21, 2017)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Instant Delay

Unfiltered Audio Instant Delay - Changelog

Version 1.0.1 (Feb 5, 2018)
- Fixed factory presets get overwritten by using Save Preset
- Fixed no audio processing when transport is stopped and input monitoring is active
- Fixed old feedback buffer carrying on after playback
- Fixed Bypass button does not appear in VST3 version in Cubase
- Fixed Tooltips only shown after clicking on a control

Version 1.0 (May 15, 2017)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Sandman

Unfiltered Audio Sandman - Changelog

Version 1.3 (Jan 31, 2017)
- Fixed inconsistent behavior for sleep and tempo sync parameter
- Fixed Audio Suite versions processes audio differently than adjusted
- Fixed Sandman and G8 plugin versions differ from installer versions
- Fixed Touch Automation

Version 1.2.1 (April 1, 2016)
- Fixed factory preset install on Mac (regression)

Version 1.2 (Jan 18, 2016)
- Fixed LFO readout for AAX 64-bit on Windows
- Fixed factory preset install on Mac

Version 1.1 (Oct 5, 2015)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Sandman Pro

Unfiltered Audio Sandman Pro - Changelog

Version 1.1.1 (Feb 5, 2018)
- Fixed factory presets get overwritten by using Save Preset
- Fixed no audio processing when transport is stopped and input monitoring is active
- Fixed old feedback buffer carrying on after playback

Version 1.0.1 (Nov 10, 2016)
- Fixed modulation for Delay Mode parameters
- Fixed increased CPU when reducing the Multi-tap Mode Tabs number

Version 1.0 (Oct 17, 2016)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio SpecOps

Unfiltered Audio SpecOps - Changelog

Version 1.0.1 (May 25, 2018)
- Added NKS support

Version 1.0 (Sep 18, 2017)
- Release version

Unfiltered Audio Zip

Unfiltered Audio Zip - Changelog

Version 1.0.1 (May 25, 2018)
- Added NKS support

Version 1.0 (Oct 23, 2017)
- Release version

Vertigo VSC-2

Vertigo VSC-2 - Changelog

Version 1.9 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.8 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.7 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.6.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.6 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.5.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.5.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.5.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.5 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Added AAX DSP format
- Added parameter displays
- Fixed GR metering

Version 1.4 (Nov 18, 2013)
- Licenser update (V3): Fixes and new features
- Prevent wrong mouse wheel behavior in 32-bit hosts on 64-bit Windows (Windows bug) (87, 95, 156)
- Fixed keyboard events after text input in Pro Tools Windows (325)
- Fixed parameter value display in VST3 (330)
- Fixed toolbar triggering automation (335)
- Fixed window size issues (279, 327)
- Fixed possible preset issues in Pro Tools 11 (312)

Version 1.3.1 (Jun 28, 2013)
- fixed installer for 32-bit Windows

Version 1.3 (Jun 21, 2013)
- added support for Pro Tools 11
- licenser update: fixes and new features
- fixed automation with VST3 offline processing

Version 1.2 (Apr 05, 2013)
- otimized performance
- fixed issues with possible high CPU load
- fixed Avid related issue in Pro Tools 10 that could lead to sporadic crashes
- fixed issue that could lead to values jumping in Ableton Live

Version 1.1.4 (Jan 16, 2013)
- added support for high resolution displays (e.g. Apple Retina)
- licenser: improved Pro Tools activation

Version 1.1.3 (Oct 31, 2012)
- licenser: minor fixes
- licenser: fixed activation issue under Mac OS 10.5 / Pro Tools 8
- licenser: fixed potential crash in online activation under Mac OS
- licenser: fixed issues with USB stick activation
- licenser: fixed file handling with offline activation

Version 1.1.2 (Jun 22, 2012)
- Licenser update: added toolbar and USB activation
- Fixed response issues in AU format

Version 1.1.1 (Jan 28, 2012)
- Resolved DAE/AAX AudioSuite incompatibility
- Fixed audio problems with certain licenses
- Fixed broken VST3 on Windows
- change company string to Plugin Alliance

Version 1.1 (Jan 2, 2012)
- Fixed crash in Reaper when changing channel configuration
- Fixed gain reduction meter on Pro Tools control surfaces
- Added AAX Native
- Added 64-bit support
- Added Plugin Alliance Licenser

Version 1.0 (Nov 11, 2011)
- Initial release

Vertigo VSM-3

Vertigo VSM-3 - Changelog

Version 1.4 (Nov 16, 2018)
- General: macOS Mojave compatibility
- General: Windows October 2018 update compatibility
- General: adding Windows High DPI support for VST2/3 plugins
- General: Fixed potential crashes in Cubase and other VST2 / VST3 DAWs
- General: Fixed potential CPU spikes and audio dropouts
- General: Fixed rendering in Pro Tools on the start of a session
- General: Fixed missing presets in Wavelab and other VST3 DAWs
- General: Improving keyboard control, fixing issues with catched keys preventing it from passing through to DAW
- General: Fixed parallel use of host sessions (e.g. with Live)

Version 1.3 (May 24, 2018)
- General: Microsoft Windows Redstone 4 compatibility
- General: Added computer keyboard control for plugin parameters
- General: Fixed Mouse scroll wheel not working in Windows 8
- General: Fixed an issue where plugins will not validate or load after a certain amount of plugins have been loaded (Windows)
- General: Fixed visual GUI freezes when adjusting DAW parameters, meters, analyzers (Mac)
- General: Fixed possible issue with Pick Pack licenses
- General: Small licenser stability fix

Version 1.2 (Oct 23, 2017)
- General: Mac OS High Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed possible crash on online activation (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed Logic Pro X not validating AU plugins (Mac OS High Sierra)
- General: Fixed CPU spikes and crashes with Cubase (Windows)
- General: Fixed bug that could lead to "AAE -6 error" in ProTools (Windows)
- General: Fixed crash with FL Studio
- General: Fixed crash when cross-opening plugins in various hosts
- General: Fixed crash when using mixdown in Audition
- General: Fixed crash in Final Cut Pro
- General: Fixed delayed parameter handling and crackling issues in Cubase with VST3
- General: Fixed bug where plugin settings were not saved in Harrison Mixbus
- General: Fixed bug that led to AAE error -9317 in ProTools when instantiating plugin
- General: Fixed bug where plugins did not render properly when "x ray" option is enabled in Sonar
- General: Modifications to factory presets were lost when reopening session
- General: Fixed mouse wheel behaviour with second monitor setup (Windows)
- Some plugins: Value labels do not appear every time when clicking on parameter in UI
- General: Faster instantiation time for plugins (Windows)
- General: Adding support for automation highlighting in Presonus StudioOne

Version 1.1.1 (Dec 20, 2016)
- General: Mac OS Sierra compatibility
- General: Fixed automation issues in AU and AAX
- General: Fixed license dialog use of special characters
- General: Improved AU preset support
- General: Performance improvements

Version 1.1 (Apr 1, 2016)
- General: Major UI codebase update
- General: Fixed possible crash when authorizing plugin
- General: Added gain reduction meter support for StudioOne 3
- General: Installers show version info in Windows "Programs And Features"

Version 1.0.4 (Jan 18, 2016)
- General codebase update
- Removing RTAS format support

Version 1.0.3 (Jul 18, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.2 (Jun 22, 2015)
- General codebase update

Version 1.0.1 (May 27, 2015)
- Fixed wrong installation path for 32-bit Win VST plugin version

Version 1.0 (Apr 14, 2015)
- Initial release