OP-X PRO-II Version 1.2 FAQs OP-X PRO-II out! Frequently Asked Questions related to OP-X PRO-II version 1.2 Mac and Win x64 For questions regarding version 1.1 (32bit) visit this FAQ: For more general help topics visit the main support site: Frequently asked questions: 1. OS-X: When I doubleclick the installer OS-X is blocking it. If Gatekeeper is active OS-X will block normal double-click installation of downloaded software not coming from the Appstore. To install right-click / ctrl + click the installer and choose 'Open' from the context menu. In the upcoming warning window then once more confirm by clicking 'Open'.
OP-X PRO-II is the new top flagship of the OP series offering many new and extended features inspired by requests from users we have collected over the years as well as own new ideas. Due to its countless sound shaping features and flexible voice management the range of possible sounds reaches from. Sonic.Projects.OP-X.PRO.II.v1.0.Incl.Keygen-AiR.[EXE] torrent download,torrent hash is a03112c63d5a352252ff399553c4dd253a692003.
For details read page 3 of the pdf manual. Windows 8: When I doubleclick the installer Windows SmartScreen is blocking it.
Upon double-clicking the installer in Windows 8 after downloading there can arise the following message: 'Windows protected your PC - Windows SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting. Running this app might put your PC at risk.' Don't worry, there's no risk at all. To execute installation click on 'More info' and then click on the left button saying 'Run anyway'. Then installation will start.
If the installer doesn't launch immediatly after having skipped smartscreen this may be caused by your virus scanner scanning the installer. If so simply wait until it's done.
This sometimes can take longer than one would expect. If it shouldn't launch at all afterwards even after waiting 5 minutes or so then temporarily deactivate your virus scanner for installation. No worries, as said our installers are clean and save and don't wirite any system files. They just place the plugins to the correct places and the needed SonicProjects data folder to the public documents folder.
So nothing hidden. Also all our installers have been pre-scanned and examinated by a virus scanner. Mac: The sequencers don't see OP-X PRO-II after installation. If this is the case the OS-X version in your mac probably is older than 10.8.0 and doesn't support OP-X PRO-II. The minimum OS-X version supported by OP-X PRO-II is 10.8.0 (Mountain Lion). To check the version number of your system click the apple icon at the top left of the finder bar and choose 'About This Mac'.
If your computer's hardware supports it you can update your system by downloading a newer OS-X version from the Appstore. If your OS-X version is 10.8 or newer and the plugin nevertheless isn't listed then it probably simply wasn't scanned yet. Based on our experience you sometimes need to launch Logic Pro X twice until it will be scanned. Once scanned it sould appear in AU Instruments->SonicProjects->OP-X PRO-II.
In Ableton Live be sure to activate AU support (see question 4) since Ableton only can use the AU version of the plugin since Live doesn't support VST3 at this date (date of this writing: version 9) which is the VST version we provide for Mac. Mac: Ableton Live doesn't see OP-X PRO-II although the system is supported. Since Live doesn't support VST3 and OP-X PRO-II for Mac only is offered in VST3 and AU format you have to use the AU version in Live. The use of AU plugins by default is deactivated in Live. To activate it goto Live > Preferences > File/Folder, and here below 'Plug-In Sources' set 'Use Audio Units' to 'On'. Then OP-X PRO-II should be immediatly listed under Plug-Ins > SonicProjects.
Mac: When I jump to the lower field the entered text in the upper field disappears. In some sequencers like Logic Pro X you need to confirm the entered text by hitting the 'Enter' key.