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(@djtobes)
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That's it folks, that's the post 😉 


   
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(@musicstudent)
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You guys are making us work pretty hard to find a link to 1.6! 😫 


   
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(@getdunne)
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Posted by: @musicstudent

You guys are making us work pretty hard to find a link to 1.6! 😫 

https://www.ilio.com/unify-updates

OR,

Log into https://www.pluginguru.com. If you don't already own Unify, click on the big "Unify 1.6" picture to go to the product page. If you do already own Unify, click on "My Account" scroll down to the list of products you own, and all the links will be there.


   
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(@musicstudent)
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Thanks, once I found the iLio link for my update I was good to go.  Placing it here now will help others later... 😀 


   
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(@musicstudent)
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How about this "unify 1_6 step curves.guru" where is it hiding.


   
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(@getdunne)
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@musicstudent

Link and detailed description on this page in the Unify manual: https://pluginguru.net/unify/manual-1.6/doku.php?id=patch-variations


   
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(@klasus)
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I really like the new "Remove 'redundant' Plugins" feature. Great addition to managing plugins. It's working reliably except plugins where the name (or description?) varies between AUs and VSTs, like in the case of AIR Plugins, where the AUs have "_x64" to their name. See attached screenshot for details.

 

 


   
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(@getdunne)
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Posted by: @klasus

I really like the new "Remove 'redundant' Plugins" feature. Great addition to managing plugins. It's working reliably except plugins where the name (or description?) varies between AUs and VSTs, like in the case of AIR Plugins, where the AUs have "_x64" to their name. See attached screenshot for details.

There is no standard for plug-in naming, and vendors are all over the map in terms of what they do. Very frequently, a plug-in will use one set of names on Windows and a completely different set on MacOS. Hence there are limits to what a simple automated algorithm can do. We chose to keep our algorithm quite simple and conservative, because we did not want to make it too eager and risk eliminating plug-ins that should actually be kept.

The redundant-plugins feature will do 90% of the work to clean up your plug-in list after scanning all formats, but there will be cases you must handle manually. You will find these quickly: when you go to choose a plug-in from one of Unify's plug-in menus, if there is more than one version, you will see a sub-menu with e.g. VST, VST3, and/or AU choices. You can then go to the Known Plug-Ins view and manually remove the entries you don't want.


   
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