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Missing midi files from 1.9 Full install on windows

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(@gavinchan)
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Trying to load some patches I am getting missing midi files eg:  c:\users\public\documents\pluginguru\unify\libraries\unify standard library\midi files\1_8 Drum Grooves - Various Libraries\PERC - Shaker n Synth Clave.mid not found.

 

I have tried installing v 1.9.1 FULL, and 1.8, including importing the content, but the files / folders still appear to be missing. Any ideas?


   
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(@getdunne)
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The Unify 1.8 install/update zip files included a file called Unify 1.8 Content Update.guru. You need to install that, by drag/dropping the .guru file into the Unify window.

If you can't locate that file, email UnifySupport@PlugInGuru.com for a link.


   
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If you need the Unify Standard library full installer - you can get it directly from here:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ezavqrkets15xhf/Unify%20Factory%20Content.guru?dl=0

 

Or if you have already downloaded the full installer, you have this .guru file inside of the Installation part 2 folder.

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(@gavinchan)
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Ah thats done it! You guys are the best. 😊 I have to say, the level of work and attention to detail is outstanding on unify. I have in the past looked for a product like unify and invested so much time in other products that ended up being either lacking in features, or so buggy I had to abandon them  after 100's of hours of wasted investment.  Unify seems done right from the ground up. Hasn't crashed once, has a well thought out interface, excellent features, brilliant sounds, and a workflow worth learning that I know is going to pay dividends in the future.

 

Thankyou to John and all the crew at Pluginguru.

 

 


   
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Robert.P
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Posted by: @gavinchan

Unify seems done right from the ground up. Hasn't crashed once, has a well thought out interface, excellent features, brilliant sounds, and a workflow worth learning that I know is going to pay dividends in the future.

I agree with that. It's also very well documented and there are many good video tutorials on YT. The workflow is very efficient indeed - we can see that John was able to create dozens of sound libraries in a very short time. Unify is also very stable on my system and has excellent multi-threading support. 

 


   
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