Here it works on both HALion 7 and HALion Sonic 7.
New install or update from HALion 6? If update, did you follow the instructions in ReadMe_First_HALion_7.pdf ?
i.e. in Steinberg Download Assistant select Updates → VST Sounds, and then select Install ALL?
Yes followed the update process. Can see the vstsound file in the vstsound content library just can see a way of selecting Tonewheel organ from the displayed program list.
I notice the Halion Factory content and under the programs there are names beginning with TW so probably an acronym for Tonewheel but there’s no direct way of correlating the specific sound file name with those programs. The sound file name doesn’t show up in the Steinberg Library as FCP_SMT_047_HS_Tonewheel_Organ_01?
So Tonewheel Organ is not showing as an Instrument that I can directly identify in Halion 7 or Halion Sonic 7. I can see Mod C but is that the same thing under a different name?
Do you see Tonewheel Organ listed specifically as an instrument to load?
The issue I have is that is is that I can’t see a way to cross check the sound file with the preset names.
The Library doesn’t show the sound file name FCP_SMT_047_HS_Tonewheel_Organ_01 and the Halion sonic 7 and Halion 7 only show preset names.
As Ive had all version of Halion since vstsound files I wanted to place all the vstsound files in one location and not leave them in the separate locations. I assume the library will set up any alias needed to point Halion at the sound file but I can’t find any way to cross check everything is correct apart from possibly deleting a vstsound file and seeing which of the program preset names fail or disappear.
I would have thought that there would be a list which shows which program names are associated with which vstsound file. It all feels a little messy as it stands.