VOCAL SYNTH 3 on Sonoma

Hi, I recently purchased VOCAL SYNTH 2 after verifying that it works with MAC Studio m2 Sonoma. I downloaded and installed but I can't find the plugin in the applications folder. I do not know where it is.


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  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,843 Pro

    You mean on the desktop or inside your memory?

  • Massimo Tassone
    Massimo Tassone Member Posts: 8 Member

    in memory. It's not installed

  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,843 Pro

    Hmm...

    Maybe you should check your File Management in Native Access to see where the folders for installation and content are.

    Then go to that same folders inside your Mac memory.

    Maybe Vocal synth is in there somewhere.

    Let me know if it helped and have a nice day!

  • Massimo Tassone
    Massimo Tassone Member Posts: 8 Member
    Thanks for your answer. The question is simple: I installed Vocal Synth after downloading it but it is not among the applications, as if the installation did not work with Sonoma, yet I checked izotpe and it says that it should also work with Sonoma
    
    


  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,843 Pro

    Ok, maybe someone else can help for this issue.

    Have a good day, good sir!

  • Massimo Tassone
    Massimo Tassone Member Posts: 8 Member

    have a good day

  • Maciej Repetowski
    Maciej Repetowski Member Posts: 369 Pro

    Vocalsynth 2 does not have standalone version, it will not be visible in Applications folder. It’s available as AU, VST3 or AAX. You have to use it as a plugin within your DAW.

  • Massimo Tassone
    Massimo Tassone Member Posts: 8 Member
    OK Maciej, You were very kind and helpful. So I see it when I open Logic? Where do I find it?
    


  • Milos
    Milos Member Posts: 1,843 Pro

    Could you screenshot the Logic Tab?

  • Massimo Tassone
    Massimo Tassone Member Posts: 8 Member

    yes........

  • Maciej Repetowski
    Maciej Repetowski Member Posts: 369 Pro

    You have to click where it says e-piano in green rectangle, there will be a list. At the bottom, there will be AU Plugins, click on it, another list, select Izotope, inside should be VocalSynth.

    What you have opened at the left are Logic patches. This has nothing to do with where third party plugins are in Logic.

    Or you can use VocalSynth as AudioFX, depending on your needs. There are detailed video tutorials on Izotope website. How to use it in Logic, etc.

  • Massimo Tassone
    Massimo Tassone Member Posts: 8 Member

    Ok I opened with audioFX... not in e-piano (doesn't work). A beer for You. thanks

  • Maciej Repetowski
    Maciej Repetowski Member Posts: 369 Pro

    No worries, mate. Glad that you’ve got it working.

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