Hi, Complete noob here, both to Logic and to the forum, so sorry for a question whose answer I know will be obvious. I'm sure I'll kick myself when I see the responses. I'm trying to use the CheezeMachine plugin in LE9. I've copied the VST file into Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/ and the AU file into Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components/. (I've also made a folder called 'CheezeMachine' in Library/Audio/Presets/ and dumped the .fxb files in there, although I've no idea that's what you need to do and it shouldn't affect performance of the actual synth anyway.) I've launched LE9 in both 64- and 32-bit mode. In 32-bit I could see the CheezeMachine plug-in get scanned on boot up. The problem is (and it is a daft one), I can't seem to access the settings. Obviously, it's not available as a software instrument in itself (doesn't show up in the library), so I insert a track with another instrument (say, elec piano) and go to the instrument strip to add an insert. There's nothing there for CheezeMachine or anything resembling it at all. I have some old plug-ins installed in the same folder (a Studio Devil valve amp component, CamelCrusher stuff, an mda component, etc). They all have their own entries under Audio Units in the pop-up Inserts menu, but not CheezeMachine. The same day (today) I also installed the Chip32 plugin by the same method, and have exactly the same problems with it. I realise I'm obviously misunderstanding the basics about using these plug-ins, but the fact that I can access the older plug-ins I installed by the same method, yet not these two I installed today, is confusing me a little. Could someone please put me out of my misery and tell me what stupid thing I'm doing wrong here? Thanks.