Until now I used SFP11 with SLP4 which integrate very well,
But then I bought SLP6 for the new features especially ARA integration with Cubase 10.
Sadly SLP6 did not work with SFP11 when I uninstalled SLP4. SFP11 is not aware of SLP6.
New installation of 1. SLP6 then SFP or 2. vice versa did not help.
I wondered why this didn’t work because file structures of SLP4 & 6 are very similar.
But then I found a workaround.
I installed SLP4, then
started SFP11 so it recognized SLP4.
Renamed the folder “Spectralayers Pro 4.0” in “Systemdrive:\Program Files\MAGIX” to “Spectralayers Pro 4.0_off”
Now I made a hard link (Junction) to Spectralayers 6:
The command is: mklink /J “Systemdrive:\Program Files\MAGIX\Spectralayers Pro 4.0”
“Systemdrive:\Program Files\Steinberg\Spectralayes Pro 6”
I deleted (Don’t uninstall SLP4, because it will remove the interaction with SFP11!) “Systemdrive:\Program Files\MAGIX” to “Spectralayers Pro 4.0_off”. Actually this would not be necessary, but I like to clean my drive from unneeded stuff.
Start SFP11, load an audio file, mark a region and go to Tools->Edit in Spectralayers.
SLP6.010 opens with the selected region and exports any modifications done there properly to SFP11.
I guess this would work for SFP12 too.