Rescanning plug-ins (macOS only)
Go to the Plugin Manager in Logic and check the status of the Plugin on that list. When you find it, please click RESET & RESCAN SELECTION.
Notice that Logic uses Audio Unit format which is ".component". Be sure your Plug-In is installed in the right folder: HD - Library - Audio - Plugins - Components. If it was not there, do the previous step again.
If this doesn't solve the problem, try a clean install of the Plugin following these steps:
- In Logic Pro X, go to "Preferences" > Plug-In Manager > Manufacturer > Neural DSP, and uncheck the box "use”.
- Reach this location in your Mac: HD > Library > Audio > Plug-Ins > Components, and delete the component file.
- Download the installer from here: https://neuraldsp.com/pages/downloads and run it.
- Restart Logic Pro X.
Quick tips (macOS only)
Recording in Logic is pretty straight-forward when you know where to look.
Take a look at the top left corner in the DAW window. If you click on the "?" icon, you will see a little description when you put your mouse pointer over any place. Give it a try!
Setting up your recording session really boils down to a couple steps:
- Selecting your Audio Interface as the input and output device
- Choosing the best Buffer Size (We recommend 128 or 256 samples)
- Picking an input on your Audio Interface for your Logic Track. Make sure that input is the same where you have connected your instrument.
- Load your Neural DSP plug-in in the Audio FX slots on your left.
- Record-Enabling your Track in Logic, and Hitting Record.
Audio FX Slots:
If you can't hear your instrument, make sure you have enabled the input monitoring on your track and in Logic itself.
You can enable your input monitoring in the "Record" dropdown menu at the top as well.