Native PCM Effects Bundle: Root of Presets Category change from one computer to the other, any idea

Hi
I install my Native Effect Bundle in a new MacBook Pro with High Sierra and discover that when I open older sessions with Lexicon Plugins, the effects does not match because the roots on the Presets Category are in another order. In my old Mac with Capitan the order is: Flanger, Chorus, Vibrato, Odd Rooms. Now the order is Vibrato, Odd Rooms, Flanger, Chorus and on the Prests window it says "Preset Missing"
I use Nuendo 8.3
What can I do?

Comments

  • exo_cpexo_cp Posts: 9

    It is because of the new way how HighSierra formats your Hard Disk. If you check the information about it, you will see APFS format instead of MacOS extended.
    Nothing can be done. It is annoying. Perhaps an update of the Lexicon plug-ins will resolve this issue. It happens with other manufacturers too.
    You have to manually select the right preset it it says 'preset missing'. You can try a clean uninstall, reboot and fresh install with the last version of the plug-ins, but I am not sure if this is going to change something.

  • dariindariin Posts: 3

    Ok but why this only happens with Lexicon, I have another brands of plugins and nothing like this happens?

  • exo_cpexo_cp Posts: 9

    I had the same issue with other manufacturers too. It is not only Lexicon, believe me.

  • dariindariin Posts: 3

    Thanks, what a pain !!!

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