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Hi Aleksey,

I upgraded my PC to windows XP today and I went through and re-installed all of my recording programs/plugins/ect.  But I'm having a problem installing the two Voxengo plugins that I've bought...  The Voxformer and the Sonic Finalizer.

I have a dual boot setup on my PC with XP (I just upgraded form windows 2000) and 98SE.  When I first installed 2000, it installed it onto drive E and I used drive C for all of my applications.  Now that I have XP, it has installed XP onto drive C and it changed my old C drive to drive D.  So when I installed them I made sure to load everything into the new C drive with the same folder names they had before so that they would still be setup on all of my previous projects.

I registered both of the plugins, but when I open up a project that is using either of those two plugins, it gives an error message saying "An object was requested that is not registered" and then "Error instancing the new filter".  I tried to insert the "new" effect and it gives the same error messages.  I don't understand this one, because it should still work as the demo version until it is registered, correct?  And even if I didn't get it back into the exact same place as before (so that it will open with previous projects) I should still be able to insert the new plugin.

This is kind of a hard problem to explain, so hopefully that made sense.

Thanks,

-tkr

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If I remember correctly, you are using Voxengo plug-ins in Logic?  Please try to update plug-in information inside Logic to be sure plug-ins were registered by the Logic itself.  You can also reinstall plug-ins into the folder which already contains VST plug-ins accessible in Logic.  Probably, it is some kind of search problem - Logic simply does not 'see' the plug-in DLL files.

I am using Magix Samplitude Producer.

When I had that upgrade problem, the new version had to go back into the exact same location as the old one in order to be seen by my previous projects that used that plugin.  It worked then, but now that I'm using XP it doesn't seem to be even opening the plugins at all.

-tkr

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Ah, sorry, for me mixing up Samplitude and Logic.

I suggest you to contact Samplitude support, because right now I do not see a way to help you.  It is probably a strictly Samplitude-related issue.


I posted a message on the Samplitude forum, but since I don't have version 7 I can't get into the actual support forum (grrrr....) but hopefully someone there can help with the problem.

One of the things I thought of was the fact that I was using version 6.05 and I installed 6.0 off the disk.  But using the 6.05 patch didn't make the plugins work though... =(

Right now I'm removing all the traces of the Voxengo plugins from my D drive (which used to be the C drive, where I had everything installed before)...  I put them all in a zip file so I'll have them if I need them.  Even though I didn't get two instances of the plugins like I did before, I figured there might be some conflict between the two, so I'm removing it.

I'm now in the process of uninstalling the previous plugins and deleting them from the registry using DX-Uninstall, then I'll re-install them and if this doesn't work then I'm quitting for now and going to bed! (I've been up all night trying to get them working, with no luck so far...)

-tkr

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Well, after re-installing the SonicFinalizer and running the VST Adaptor for Samlitude, the SonicFinalizer shows up in the VST Adaptor program, but it's not in the plugins list in Samplitude....

That's it, I'm going to bed...  Defeated! lol

-tkr

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I'm really sorry you are having this issue.  You may try another solution - simply use Cakewalk VST Adapter which can seamlessly transform VST plug-in into DX one.  However, this way it won't be possible to instantly use your previous projects which have VST plug-in installed.

Hey Aleksey,

I finally figured it out and the Voxformer is now back in my projects with all the correct settings!  I had to uninstall the folder that the Voxformer was in from the list of plugins in the VST adaptor so that it would be "officially" removed from Samplitude, then when I added the folder back in, the Voxformer was back in Samplitude. =) After the first time it didn't work (when I had the duplicate dll file on my other hard drive) I just kept running the VST adaptor without removing that folder and adding it back it, because I thought it would just update the plugins list, since it was still pointing at that folder...  But I guess it has to be removed first, otherwise it doesn't want to work!

I'll try to get the Sonic Finalizer working tomorrow, and then I'll download the newest version of the Soniformer...  I am really looking forward to being able to use that one on my projects!!

Thanks for all your help!

-tkr

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Well, the Sonic Finalizer worked, but once I installed and registered the Soniformer, it messed up the Sonic Finalizer...

Is there anyway I can use both of these at the same time, or is this even possible because they are both basically the same program?

-tkr

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Tekker, it should be possible, to use both plug-ins at the same time.  Ah, I seem like understand what's wrong...  This time you will need to manuall move Sonic Finalizer's DLL file to the same folder where Soniformer's DLL resides.  I believe Sonic Finalizer's DLL now resides in the 'Voxengo Sonic Finalizer VST' folder while Soniformer may reside in the main folder (like VstPlugins).
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