[ddots-l] Re: problem with new sonar patch

Yup, you have some plug-ins that you have neglected to install.  They could be 
Sonar ones, free ones
or, perhaps some other ones that you have purchased.  Note: when you install 
Sonar, only some audio
plug-ins will installed by default.

You could try opening the project that is giving you the error message about 
some plug-ins being
missing.  You could then read the "read only list" of plug-ins that are missing 
and make a note of
it.  Do that and let us know which plug-ins are missing. I am sure I will be 
able to sort this one
out.

Regards, Phil Muir

P J Muir Productions
URL:
www.philmuir.com/
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "russell Bourgoin" <rusty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2005 3:07 PM
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: problem with new sonar patch


> Hello folks,
>
>          I spent a night fiddling.  I felt like I was back at ma bell,
> running disaster recovery tests all night.  Basically, I did the following:
>
> I un installed caketalk 4.03.  I un installed sonar 4.02 with add/remove
> programs.  I had a sighted friend over at 8 this morning to help me go
> through the registry to delete all references of cakewalk and sonar.  I
> then re installed sonar producer 4.01, the version that shipped on my
> cd.  I then installed the 4.02 patch.  I then installed the 4.03
> patch.  Finally, I re installed caketalking.  I opened sonar and ran the
> test called up with control f12.  Nothing yelled at me until I tried
> opening a project.  It opened but there were missing plug ins that were
> referenced in the project, namely reverb on a vocal track, and bass played
> with a soft synth.  I was told that if I had opened the project in quote
> unquote safe mode the effects would be lost.  I, with baited breath and
> hammer heart, pressed the space bar.  I got some sound, very strong reverb
> and some sort of feedback loop with bits and pieces of my guitar track
> playing.  So, somehow before Thursday evening, I've got to get this thing
> running correctly again.  Any ideas?
>
> Rusty
>  > At 07:35 AM 8/1/2005, W. Nick Dotson spake thusly:-
> >It's really sounding to me, as a person who makes diagnostics for a
> >living, like a function of installation order, what's installed when, and,
> >hardware base...
> >
> >Nick
>
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