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This is a VST, so will work in any DAW, for those who don't know...it's not LV2
which is tied to Mixbus

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4 hours ago, cclarry said:

This is a VST, so will work in any DAW, for those who don't know...it's not LV2
which is tied to Mixbus

OHHHHHH????   Thanks Larry for that bit of information 😀

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Well, I couldn't get the installer to work.  It said "this version is not compatible with your version of Windows"?

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Worked fine for me (Win10 Home 1903). Note that it installs all four of their plugins, but you only get the free license file for the mastering EQ.

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Wow Sweet ,  thanks for the heads up  Larry !

The timing on this is perfect since I just upgraded to Mixbus 32C   a few weeks ago .

 

Kenny

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1 hour ago, John Maar said:

Worked fine for me (Win10 Home 1903). Note that it installs all four of their plugins, but you only get the free license file for the mastering EQ.

That's the same version I'm on, and it refuses to run...

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What a friggin stupid installer, almost just deleted it from my system (which happens if you run installer twice)

  • Doesn't let you determine where is installs.
    Installs to
    C:\Program Files (x86)\VSTPlugIns
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VST3\Harrison\AVA
    Root  of X64 VST plugin folder defined in your registry
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Harrison\AVA
  • Installs De-Esser, MultiBand Compressor and Legacy Q versions whether you want them or not.

The free license for the Mastering EQ - ie the ME versions: Harrison_AVA-ME_64bit.dll, Harrison_AVA-ME_32bit.dll, etc.
No explanation of this in documentation, figured that out from sales pages.

You shouldn't have to hunt for the install locations or manually have to clean up crap you didn't want installed or have to hunt on a web site just to figure out what you got.

 

 

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2 hours ago, cclarry said:

That's the same version I'm on, and it refuses to run...

I licensed mine 1st before running Cakewalk and it scanned and runs fine...

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Yes I have to admit it was a strange install . I let it do it's thing and I figured once I had my licensee also  placed in the  right folder  it would authorize  ..

Not the case I had to run a manual scan in Mixbus 32 C for it to show up and in Reaper I wound up having to go online and paste my authorization link ..

At first it seemed as if it didn't work but after all that Jazz it in fact did work .  Seems worth the  extra hoops I had to jump through YMMV

Kenny

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9 hours ago, TheSteven said:

I licensed mine 1st before running Cakewalk and it scanned and runs fine...

The installer refuses to run Steven...I can't even get it to install!

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14 hours ago, TheSteven said:

What a friggin stupid installer, almost just deleted it from my system (which happens if you run installer twice)

  • Doesn't let you determine where is installs.
    Installs to
    C:\Program Files (x86)\VSTPlugIns
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VST3\Harrison\AVA
    Root  of X64 VST plugin folder defined in your registry
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Harrison\AVA
  • Installs De-Esser, MultiBand Compressor and Legacy Q versions whether you want them or not.

The free license for the Mastering EQ - ie the ME versions: Harrison_AVA-ME_64bit.dll, Harrison_AVA-ME_32bit.dll, etc.
No explanation of this in documentation, figured that out from sales pages.

You shouldn't have to hunt for the install locations or manually have to clean up crap you didn't want installed or have to hunt on a web site just to figure out what you got.

 

 

Thanks for the heads up. I really don't want this enough to put up with that sort BS. (Waves Central anyone?)

I've already got loads of other EQs that I don't know how to use properly, so I won't be missing this one.

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I got it to install and authorize pretty much as advertised. OTOH, I have had so many past  issues getting Mixbus 4 to work, that I gave up on it entirely.

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