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Minisynth.xcodeproj not running on imac
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December 17, 2014
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Hi all, Trying to run the minisynth project. Get the follwoing error:

Could not launch “Logic Pro”
'/Applications/Logic Pro.app/Contents/MacOS/Logic Pro' doesn't contain the architecture x86_64

This is my first time compiling and trying to run, so most likely missing some basic config?

thanks in advance,
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December 17, 2014
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OK, I am guessing that you do not have logic pro installed on your mac? I may have left Logic as the debug app in XCode for debugging. To set a client to debug your Plug-in (you will need a client of some kind):

Product->Scheme->Edit Scheme

Click on Development (looks like a Play button)

Change the Executable to pick your Plug-in Client (or None).

Remember that plugins are incomplete - they need a client or host to run inside of and can not act as standalone apps.

- Will

December 20, 2014
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Thanks Will. I do have Loigc Pro installed, but still get this error. Tried building the x86_64 using the 'arch' command... Didn't work :( So still stuck. Should I try registering the AU built and adding it as an effect in Logic Pro?

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You don't need to register anything or add it to Logic. Do a clean build first (Product->Clean, then Product->Build or Command-B). Next, validate the AU using the method described in the book. auval -v aumu XXXX YYYY depending on your settings, Page 738 of the book. You should have no issue - I validated all code before delivering it, but you should always validate any new AU. The AU projects automatically deliver the plugin into the plugin folder, so there is nothing to do there.

Just start Logic and create a soft synth track, then pull up your Plug-In - depending on whether or not your followed the instructions in the book, Chapter 2, the company will be either Will Pirkle or your own.

Your XCode settings should look like this:

http://willpirkle.com/images/xcode1.png

(Note this is for a plugin called Kompressor, but the settings are the same for the Synth plugins)

Also, as per the instructions in the book, these synths are only for OSX10.7 and higher, however I wrote them so that they should be backwards compatible into Snow Leopard OS10.6. So, you must build them in 10.7 or higher, but they will still run in 10.6.

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