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Adobe Audition 2.0 and Waves Plugins Unsupported
Old 6th February 2007
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Adobe Audition 2.0 and Waves Plugins Unsupported


I've been trying to get the SSL Waves plugins to work in Adobe Audition 2.0.

I used to run the Gold Package fine as Direct X - since trying to load the SSL effects and failing, all my Waves Direct X effects appear under a section called "unsupported" and the Waves Gold Package ONLY appears under VST...but none of the SSL effects - they only appear in the Direct X which is off the main "Edit" menu in a section titled unsupported and all the effects "greyed out")??

The SSL pack + Gold is authorized to an Ilok and works fine on a Mac/Logic.

Waves.com have been trying to solve it and have had me remove the whole lot - including any Waves registry entries and reloading. You reset Audition - go back in - in edit view select Effects - Enable Direct X - and bang - the same thing happens.

Any ideas?

Thanks, Jonny
Old 8th February 2007
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Just in case anyone has the same problem.

I needed to uninstall Audition and the Reg Entries
Same for Waves
Reinstall Waves then Adobe

Bish bash bosh job done.

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