asked Jul 20 '15 at 22:17 by danielzemancik (11)

Hello. I have just bought nice plugin UVI Workstation with its beautiful acoustic sounds. But i havent managed to open it in Bitwig yet. It detected uvi in its browser, but after clicking on it it just doesnt work. Can you please help me with this? Thank you

i had the same problem so i tried to rename /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/UVIWorkstationVST.vst to UVIWorkstation.vst and now it showed up in bitwig


answered Oct 27 '16 at 23:29 by c00kie55 (21)

Hi there - I've been using UVI workstation in BitWig. I'm not sure what your problem is - could you be more specific? If the plugin is showing up in the browser and loading into the devices panel it should all be fine. Sometimes I have to prompt the workstation by opening the settings manually in the devices panel, but it always seems to work alright.


answered Jul 29 '15 at 14:02 by MellowVenom (309)

Hello. Unfortunately I seem to have the same problem. The UVI Workstation vst's (either 32x and 64x) do not show up in the bitwig device browser. Therefore I cannot launch it.

NoCrooner, what version of UVI workstation are you using?


answered Aug 16 '15 at 22:35 by Nickson (236)

Sorry for the new comment, wasn't sure if the picture would work or not...

V.2.5.12 (64 bit). Windows 7 is my OS.

I hope some of that helps you, can't really think what might be wrong. Unhelpful as it is to suggest, perhaps just a redownload/reinstall of the UVI workstation is what's needed.

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answered Aug 17 '15 at 14:38 by MellowVenom (309)

Still an issue in Bitwig 2.1 - solution is to manually rename the file.


answered Jun 15 '17 at 18:35 by dthree (11)

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