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In logic x, I have an old altiverb 6 which I used in logic 9 under incompatible plugins....

I cant figure out how to do same in logic X, I want to force use it though it fails validation, how can you achieve what I once did in logic 9?

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Altiverb 6 is a 32-bit plugin from what I can see on the site. LPX can only use 64-bit plugins.

 

Your only options to use it in LPX are to upgrade your Altiverb to version 7, which comes as a 64-bit version, or buy 32 Lives in the hope that Altiverb 6 can be resurrected as a faux-64-bit plugin with that.

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well.....Im demoing 32 lives as we speak, it ressurected most plugins includinging altiverb 6;

but this fails validation not liek the rest of ressurected 32 bit plugs, it failed too in logic 9 as 32 bit but you could still use in an incompatible list, no probs, however there right now seems no way to force enable it for use incompatible, thats what I need to try most of the plugs Im demoing 32 bit lives for I could forget about, wouldnt mind force using altiverb 6 until I get more money together...

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Sorry, but somehow it just doesn't make sense to force not validated or incompatible plugins to force to show up. In your situation there is just two possibilities:

 

1.) If you cannot live without Altiverb (e.g. use Space Designer, it's quite good) go back to an old setup: Logic 9, Altiverb 6 on MacOS 10.8.x or so

2.) Or you bite the sour apple (german saying ;) ) and buy Altiverb 7 and use it with Logic X

 

Altiverb is quite expensive. Maybe you should think about to buy for instance Valhalla Room or Vintage Verb, both very impressive reverbs for only 50 bucks each. I use them every day in every session. The only exception is when I do an analog mixdown, that's when I use something else, even better ... hardware ;)

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