asked Feb 08 '15 at 17:06 by dadaist (26)

edited Feb 08 '15 at 19:52

Anyone use Freakoscope with Bitwig? I've used it with Ableton without any issues. But Bitwig just doesn't list it on VST tab...

http://mdsp.smartelectronix.com/freakoscope/

Check this page for a good overview of free Spectrum analysis plugins: http://bedroomproducersblog.com/2011/06/24/bpb-freeware-studio-best-free-spectrum-analyzer-vst-plugins/

I personally do like EasySSP, because it is available for Linux (but not for Mac ;)

  — (Feb 09 '15 at 17:16) riot ♦♦

I have just installed it, and it´s working just fine. Make sure you have installed it to the right folder. I saw that it, ´by default´ installs to a folder in the 64-bit program file in windows. Haven't tried it on Mac Os X

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answered Feb 08 '15 at 19:16 by Smaasten (90)

I had a problem where the VST3 on my Mac had insufficient permissions. I just had to change the permissions on that folder. Once that happened the VST's in the folder showed up perfectly fine.

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answered Feb 10 '15 at 16:25 by SonicElements (158)

checked permissions on VST folder.. it says available all permissions for all users. so might be something different =\ thanks

  — (Feb 10 '15 at 22:00) dadaist

thanks for your reply Smaasten, sorry forget mention this but yes i'm on OSX... i've rechecked and looks like OSX have same location for x86 and 64 files

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answered Feb 08 '15 at 19:52 by dadaist (26)

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