vaikl wrote:Basement, SSD ist the first company I'm aware of that urge their customers to think about installing a 64- or 32bit version of a very simple plugin. Placing both versions of installers with no hints about how to use them (especially how to uninstall the other one if the chosen one won't work) is such an unprofessioal customer service; I recommend to wait for a stable version (maybe 1.5 or 2.0).
For crying out loud @vaikl - can you possibly come on this forum without your post being another utterly boring moan especially when the problems you are having appear to be of your own doing?
To @basement, I have both the 32-bit & 64-bit versions of SSD4 working very well under Logic 9.1.6 & Lion 10.7.3.
I installed the 32-Bit version first, checked it was working then installed the 64-Bit version & checked it was working, as the SoundToys package which I use a lot has not been ported to 64-Bit I'm constantly swapping between 32 & 64-Bit - all is good, sure the SSD4 plug-in could use some optimisation so it's CPU hit is lower (VCC was the same, released & then each subsequent vs. was more efficient) but it's very stable & sounds GREAT - which is EXACTLY what it is designed to do.
Seems those who have corrupted libraries more than likely didn't follow the download instructions properly from what I can see - if you did, then go to your Logic Plug-ins folder simply remove SSD4 & install again.
I do recall that either Safari or Google Chrome had issues with the library download (can't remember which, sorry it was Xmas & I was doing 10 things at once) - once I read the download instructions & downloaded each part one at a time it was all good.
Let us know how you get on?