Serum not showing up in Logic Pro X??

Started by oliwing

oliwing

I have Logic Pro X 10.4 and just bought and installed Serum. After uninstalling and reinstalling multiple times (each time it says it has successfully installed) the plugin isn't showing up in Logic. I have checked in the Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components folder and there isn't a Serum component there. If anyone knows whats going on I'd be grateful of any help cos slightly worried I've just wasted £137 on something that doesn't work :/

CF

I'm having the same issue as other customers, is restarted my Mac and serum still isn't chowing up in Logic Pro x. Is there something else I need to do with the PKG file?

CF

I'm having the same issue as other customers, I restarted my Mac and serum still isn't showing up in Logic Pro x. Is there something else I need to do with the PKG file?

steve_xfer

You might need to clear your AU cache.

command-shift-G in Finder (go to folder)
~/Library/Caches
(including the ~ mark)

delete the "com.apple.audiounits.cache" file located in the above folder.
delete the AudioUnitCache folder located in the above folder.

I would recommend to log out (or restart) the computer after deleting the above (not certain it is needed, but can't hurt).

Also make sure you are looking on a Software Instrument insert, and not an effect insert.

Hope this helps,
Steve

jpeek345-splice

Hello,

None of the above suggestions are working for me.

  1. I have my own updated copy of Logic Pro X
  2. I have a software instrument insert chosen.
  3. Serum previously worked fine with High Sierra.
    I just installed the latest- Mojave -for Macbook.
    Please update and anticipate for all OS makers and compatable machines.
    The affordability of the subscription plan is much appreciated but it means that your reach will find a home on less-than-expensive-machines.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

jpeek345

P.S. No such "com.apple.audiounits.cache" folder when following your directions.

steve_xfer

Do you see Serum in Logic->Preferences->Plugin Manager ?
Have you restarted the machine since installing Serum?

If the problem persists go to Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app and
paste this line of text:
auval -v aumu XfsX XFER

and paste the result here, or email result to [email protected]

jpeek345-splice

Steve, I'm sorry. I found Serum in Logic Pro X after contacting Delando in Splice live chat support. As I said I used Serum before with High Sierra. I forgot that Serum was located at the bottom of LPXs software instruments list under 'AU Instruments'. After saving/naming a project Serum. I can have Serum at the top of that software instrument list. Back on the road again. Sorry about my panic. Sincerely, Jpeek345