My UJAM Instruments Plug-in doesn't show up in Logic Plug-in Manager

Note: Virtual Guitarist, Virtual Drummer, or Beatmaker AU plug-ins only compatible with Logic 10 and newer, due to AUv2 plug-in format.

If the UJAM Instruments Plug-in doesn't show up in you plug-in manager list, you have to force Logic to rescan the plug-in folder.

Note: This triggers Logic to do a rescan of ALL of your plug-ins installed - you might want to brew yourself a cup of coffee ;-)

How do I clear my Audio Unit (AU) cache in order to do the rescan?

  1. In Finder, choose Go > Go to Folder from the menu 
  2. Type ~/Library/Caches in the "Go to the folder" field
  3. Press Go
  4. Remove the "com.apple.audiounits.cache" file.
  5. Remove the content of the "AudioUnitCache" folder
  6. Restart your Mac! 

The next time you start Logic, the installed Audio Unit (AU) plug-in will be rescanned and Logic should then restart normally. And your UJAM Instruments plug-in should be scanned successfully - Yay!

 

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