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What if the Eventide plug-in doesn’t show up in my DAW?

Posted On11/05/2023
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If you have installed and authorized your plug-in and it still doesn’t show up in your DAW, try the following:

Mac OS X: 

Simply go to your DAW’s preferences and rescan your plug-in. Note that Eventide no longer supports 32-bit plugins.

Windows: 

It is possible that you need to add the following paths to your DAW’s list of VST folders. Open your DAW’s VST Preferences and add the applicable folder:

 

Windows 32-bit OS:
32-bit DAW: C:Program FilesCommon FilesSteinbergVST2

Windows 64-bit OS: 
32-bit DAW: C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesSteinbergVST2
64-bit DAW: C:Program FilesCommon FilesSteinbergVST2

After doing this, perform a plug-in rescan in your DAW. Note that the following DAWs sometimes require additional steps:

Studio One:
  1. In the VST preferences, and make sure “Scan at Startup” is checked.
  2. Also click “Reset Blacklist” in the VST preferences, and then restart Studio One.
Cubase
  1. Go to Devices->Plug-in Manager and click Plug-in Manager->Rescan all. Occasionally Cubase needs to be forced to rescan the plug-in folder.
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