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This isn’t usually necessary, but if it is, here’s how you can clear your Audio Unit cache:
1. Close Logic Pro and open Spotlight Search (cmd + space bar)
2. Go to ~/Library/Caches/AudioUnitCache/
3. Manually delete the com. apple.audiounits.cache file (to force a complete new plug-ins scan).
4. Re-open Logic Pro X.
5. Reboot the computer (mandatory).
I’ve followed all of the above steps, but the plugins aren’t showing up. What now?
First try rebooting your computer. OS 10.13/10.14 (High Sierra/Mojave) often requires a reboot to recognize the new plugins. You may need to rescan your Audio Units in order to have Logic recognize that a new Audio Unit has been installed:
1. Open up the Audio Unit Manager (in the menu bar, select Logic Pro->Preferences->Audio Unit Manager).
2. Click “Reset and Rescan Selection” at the bottom of the Audio Unit Manager window to rescan the Audio Units.
1. Go to the Options menu and click Manage Plug-ins.
2. In the plug-in window, make sure that the folder you installed your plug-in is listed and also has a white checkmark. If it isn’t listed, click the folder with a plus sign icon, and add it. Lastly, click Scan All.
2. After scanning is complete, locate your plug-in on the list and enable it by clicking the checkmark.
1. Navigate to the Mixer window and select the track you want to add the effect on.
2. Click on an empty slot, then select the plug-in.