Ok, so I removed Cubase and followed these instructions
to ensure there were no remnants of the program on my system. Rebooted and re-installed from scratch. I now have the following:
Macintosh HD/Users/Mark/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/ has the following sub-directories but nothing in them
MacHD/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/ has these sub-directories and all my plug-ins appear to be there
Cubase/Contents/ appears to have all the plug-ins specific to the cubase installation in these directories
So it seems to have been a problem with the installation.
But I’m not 100% certain that the installation is an absolute clean install because some of my custom project templates were still picked up after the install, but probably not a big deal.
I did however note that off of my Audio menu in Cubase there are 2 default plug-in sub menu items.
Audio -> Plug-ins -> Default
And the plug-ins listed after the Default item are exactly identical.
Screenshot is attached to post.
Could you affirm if you have the same? If not, I still may be culprit of a dirty installation but I think I’ll just live with it for now unless I see it is affecting my ability to work effectively.
It certainly would be nice if there were a script uninstaller for Mac.