cpwade wrote:I've come to find a way to work with it in PT10 just fine.
C'mon, expand a little bit on that!
I contributed earlier on in this thread on both sides of the argument. (It's been going awhile) I still cannot work in Logic with the 64 server version. I stopped crying myself to sleep over it after some time however. But I only write, track and arrange in the Logic platform so no big deal. I dump it over to PT10 for mixing and editing, and there is where things work. I use the FXpasnsion wrapper and the vst version. Works a charm. I'm on OSX 10.8.2.
For the longest time I could not get that to work when I moved on from Snow leopard. (Giancarlo is not the only one baffled with 10.8) I thought I was cornered and said so, ranting for about a month.
I have both the wrapper and PT10, I'll try your solution!
The below is clearer:
Change the permissions on the System/Library/Application Support folder to "Read & Write" on all the choices at the bottom of the "Get Info" window. This is the main thing, but I also (from reading elsewhere) changed these permissions on the Audio, Plugins, and VST folder.
Once you do the permissions thing, re-scan your VST's with the VST to RTAS app. Once they are all rescanned, you will now have this file in the Library/Application Support folder: com.fxpansion.fxshared.bundle
That is the file that allows the wrapper to start the audio stream.
Once I did all this, I was able to use VSTs and hear them pass audio.
i just made some test installing a windows 7 64 bits reaper 64 bits nebula 64 bits
compare to mac and logic its a fucking joke nebula is really fast and i load the vnxt plate reverb of 5 secondes tail and its just 7% of cpu in logic the same program crash the cpu so i think untill nebula mac is 64 bits thers no point using it 15 years that i work with logic and now i need to learn this reaper program or forget nebula on mac,pffff,difficult choice i will reinstall mountain lion and change the buffer size has it was said before and decide later