How to get Hypercyclic working in Logic Pro X 10.4

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carlca
KVRer
29 posts since 17 Jan, 2005 from London

Post Tue Feb 20, 2018 6:10 am

Hello, I'm having problems getting Hypercyclic to work in Logic Pro X 10.4. I've managed to get the IAC Bus added and I now have an IAC port called "Bus 1". My understanding is that I should be able to choose any Software Instrument within Logic and get it to be driven by Hypercyclic. Sounds easy? Not in my case! I'm clearly being totally daft, but I cannot see what I'm missing. Please! Can anyone help? Would I be correct in thinking that the answer to this specific problem, would also apply in all generic cases where an ARP plugin is being used to drive other MIDI plugins?
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Carl

carlca
KVRer
29 posts since 17 Jan, 2005 from London

Re: How to get Hypercyclic working in Logic Pro X 10.4

Post Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:13 am

It's worth pointing out that the supplied instructions are of little use since Logic Pro X is on version 10.4 these days, while the Logic guide supplied with the plugin is aimed at version 7. As such it's totally different, and arguably a few notches south of useless.
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Carl

nordickvr
KVRian
935 posts since 29 Sep, 2013

Re: How to get Hypercyclic working in Logic Pro X 10.4

Post Tue Feb 20, 2018 8:20 am

From Mucoder website :
"if you want to use the AU version, you must copy the hypercyclic.component file to your components directory (e.g. to /Users/yourname/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components)".
Doesn't that mean it should been used as AU MIDI FX?

EDIT : Ok, AU . Components is for using it with the internal synth I suppose?
If its the case, to avoid the AIC solution, you could go with, e.g. Blue Cat Audio PatchWork plug in.
<https://www.bluecataudio.com/Products/P ... PatchWork/>
Since you'd be able to use the VST version, it would transmit midi.

Demo first, of course.

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