Call it up as an audio unit plugin on a software instrument track. No need to use the external Instrument plug in, it will appear directly as an audio unit plug in on it's own.
You can use it either on a regular software instrument track, or on a multi timbral version of a software instrument track.
HI Eli: I'm a new user - I have older macbook pro with 2.4 Ghz dual core - 4 gigs ram - I haven't been able to use Sampletank 2.5 with Logic 9 - could you tell me where the sampletank files need to be - I suspect Logic 9 has a bug where it doesn't recognize Sampletank 2.5? Thanks!
s for your replyWhen you say you haven't been able to use it, do you mean Logic doesn't recognize the audio unit? Or do you mean that it is recognized, and opens, but the open plug-in does not see the ST data on your hard drive?
Forget about the ST content, you've got a bigger problem - the plug-in isn't recognized by Logic. First thing is check your plug-in manager in Logic and see if it is showing up there and/or if it has failed validation. It's possible that version of ST isn't compatible with the version of the OS and Logic 9 you are using. I don't think upgrading to 9.1.8 will solve the problem, although you should do it anyway, since it is a more mature version. You might want to consider upgrading to ST 2.5 to ST 3. I am using it with LP X with no problem.
The directory structure for the audio unit component is as follows:
HD --> Library --> Audio --> Plug-ins --> Components
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