I own Cubase 6.5 but have recently switched to Mac and Logic Pro exclusively. I do however wish to continue using Retrologue and Padshop which I like quite a lot.
I just re-installed OSX (10.8.3) from scratch and only installed the 1.1 update installers for both Padshop and Retrologue (without installing Cubase since I don’t need it right now):
Padshop installed correctly and also worked with my existing Cubase 6.5 license as expected, BUT, the updater doesn’t include the samples needed for Padshop, and I see no other way to get those samples unless I install all of Cubase.
Retrologue was much worse. The installer said it failed:
And to make matters worse, it didn’t realise that I owned a license and instead activated a Soft-eLicenser trial version for me.
Please let me know what I’m doing wrong and please remove this Retrologue trial license from my account, I own the product!
Bump, can anyone assist me please?
Final bump before I give up on this…
Did you get this issue resolved?
I would love to know how as I am having the exact same problem trying to update to 64 bit Retrologue.
I’m afraid not. I gave up on it in the end and lived without it
That’s a shame as I quite like the plug. If I manage to find anything out I’ll let you know…
Dear Fgimian, Dear Ftech,
The installer of Cubase 6.5 do not include the Audio Units to get Retrologue and Padshop working in Logic.
I will send you a PM with further information.
Thanks for your reply, but the installation is still failing.
I don’t own a current version of Cubase, I bought Retrologue as a standalone product, and it was working perfectly until I moved to Logic X which is 64bit only.
Any other suggestions?
Thanks for you help.
Many thanks to Jan for his help.
You are Welcome,
The issue was caused by the eLicenser Control Center.
If anybody got a similar issue, please update the eLicenser Control Center to the latest version.
If that does not solve the problem, please contact the tech support.