Apple Mac Pro (early 2009) Firmware 4.1 -> 5.1 macOS 10.13.0 High Sierra Logic Pro X 10.3.2
Hello, I upgraded my Apple Mac Pro to High Sierra last week. This may have been a slightly rash move for I find that whenever I have attempted to install an AU based plugin intended for use with Logic Pro X, I am having difficulties in getting Logic Pro to recognise the new plug-in.
I know that deleting
/Users/carlca/Library/Caches/AudioUnitCache/com.apple.audiounits.cache will force Logic Pro X to run AuScan, and I have also discovered that rebooting the machine just prior to installing a new plug-in sometimes helps, but it's nowhere near 100% reliable and it's a pain in the derriere.
Does anyone know how I can fix this issue? Or has someone found a reliable way to install AU based plugins for Logic Pro X under macOS High Sierra?
I'm hoping I don't need to wait for macOS High Sierra and/or Logic Pro X to be updated.