Mangledverb not showing up in Ableton 10

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    • #115824
      EraTunes
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      So, I haven’t seen this exact thing covered here I don’t think.

      I installed Mangledverb and 2016 Room at the same time. Activated the licences, all the good stuff. Interestingly it works fine with my installation of Reason 11. But no dice in Ableton 10. Everything uses the same plugin folder paths. I’ve done everything correctly as far as I can tell. I even tried uninstalling/reinstalling them all to no avail.

      Does anyone have any ideas on how I can fix it because I am stumped?

    • #154369
      tlongabaugh
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      Eventide Staff

      Hey-

      Have you tried forcing a "deep rescan" in Ableton, by option-clicking "Rescan Plug-ins" in the Ableton->Preferences->File/Folder menu?

      -Tom

    • #154377
      tlongabaugh
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      Eventide Staff

      Ok, are you on mac or windows?

    • #154372
      EraTunes
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      tlongabaugh wrote:

      Hey-

      Have you tried forcing a “deep rescan” in Ableton, by option-clicking “Rescan Plug-ins” in the Ableton->Preferences->File/Folder menu?

      -Tom

      I have and it doesn’t seem to work.

    • #154378
      EraTunes
      Member
      tlongabaugh wrote:

      Ok, are you on mac or windows?

      Sorry, I should have send. I’m on Windows 10 here.

    • #154379
      tlongabaugh
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      Eventide Staff
      EraTunes wrote:

      tlongabaugh wrote:

      Ok, are you on mac or windows?

      Sorry, I should have send. I'm on Windows 10 here.

      Thanks, please try the following steps. Usually issues like these on Windows are caused by not having the matching 32/64-bit binary installed for the bit-ness of your DAW, or by not having the correct VST2 path set.

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      Windows:

      1. Confirm that you have the latest version of the plug-in installed: https://www.eventideaudio.com/products/plugins
      2. Confirm that you have the latest version of iLok License Manager installed (www.ilok.com).
      3. Make sure the plug-in license is activated to your machine or iLok dongle in the iLok License Manager.
      4. If you are using VST2, Eventide Plug-ins are installed to the following locations by default. Please make sure that your DAW is set to look at the applicable custom folder:
        1. VST32: c:Program Files (x86)Common FilesSteinbergVST2Eventide
        2. VST64: c:Program FilesCommon FilesSteinbergVST2Eventide

      5. If steps 1-4 don't solve your issue, close your DAW and run the plug-in Uninstaller. The uninstaller is located at Start Menu->Control Panel->Programs and Features->Uninstall a Program
      6. Open your DAW and rescan your plug-ins, and then shut your DAW again.
      7. Deactivate and reactivate the plug-in license in iLok License Manager.
      8. Reinstall your plug-in. If you are installing VST2 to a custom folder, make absolutely sure you are installing the correct 32 or 64-bit version to that folder.
      9. Reopen your DAW and rescan your plug-ins.

       

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      EraTunes
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      tlongabaugh wrote:

      EraTunes wrote:

      tlongabaugh wrote:

      Ok, are you on mac or windows?

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      Sorry, I should have send. I’m on Windows 10 here.

      Thanks, please try the following steps. Usually issues like these on Windows are caused by not having the matching 32/64-bit binary installed for the bit-ness of your DAW, or by not having the correct VST2 path set.

      Windows:

      1. Confirm that you have the latest version of the plug-in installed: https://www.eventideaudio.com/products/plugins
      2. Confirm that you have the latest version of iLok License Manager installed (www.ilok.com).
      3. Make sure the plug-in license is activated to your machine or iLok dongle in the iLok License Manager.
      4. If you are using VST2, Eventide Plug-ins are installed to the following locations by default. Please make sure that your DAW is set to look at the applicable custom folder:

        1. VST32: c:Program Files (x86)Common FilesSteinbergVST2Eventide
        2. VST64: c:Program FilesCommon FilesSteinbergVST2Eventide

      5. If steps 1-4 don’t solve your issue, close your DAW and run the plug-in Uninstaller. The uninstaller is located at Start Menu->Control Panel->Programs and Features->Uninstall a Program
      6. Open your DAW and rescan your plug-ins, and then shut your DAW again.
      7. Deactivate and reactivate the plug-in license in iLok License Manager.
      8. Reinstall your plug-in. If you are installing VST2 to a custom folder, make absolutely sure you are installing the correct 32 or 64-bit version to that folder.
      9. Reopen your DAW and rescan your plug-ins.

       

      Awesome, thank you. 🙂 I have it working now. It ended up being in the wrong folder. Thanks again. 🙂 

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