Hi all, I’m trying to set up Dorico 2 Pro on a new computer. I’m 99% sure I downloaded everything I need and the list in the library manager looks complete (at least at a layman’s glance). Product registration (soft e-licensor) worked fine.
I tried various combinations of program installs/uninstalls/reinstalls/repairs. I dug around in the system program files area to check each VST audio file one at a time in the library manager and all of the ones I have on the system appeared to be recognized and accounted for.
No matter what I do, I keep getting the dreaded “some audio files are missing, please check installation” error message (this is the exact wording - it does not specify which files or sub-programs are the problem). I also tried the entire process as system admin and everything still acted the same.
I also cannot get any audio whatsoever to work in Dorico right now (I have some Spitfire LABS and those don’t work either). My sound output bitrate matches Dorico’s so I know that’s not the problem. I did notice via Task Manager that the VST engine doesn’t appear to launch during Dorico playback even though the VST engine files are where they should be in the system programs area. I tried force launching it after opening Dorico but apparently it didn’t do anything.
I included the diagnostics, a short test project, and some screenshots of library content for all explicitly HALion items I have).
If relevant: I’m running on Win 10 Pro x64, i7-4785T, 6GB RAM, 128GB SSD
Dorico Diagnostics.zip (333.7 KB)
test.dorico (410.8 KB)