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Old 12-10-2019, 11:53 AM
williamg williamg is offline
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Default Pro Tools missing V9 plugins from Waves after updating Waves Central

I updated Waves Central and now Pro Tools won't load my V9 plugins (Native Power Pack bundle with L1, DeEsser, TrueVerb, etc).

I've emailed their support and the only thing they had me try was to make sure I have the plugins installed (which they are. They show up in Waves Central) and then run the Version Organizer, which I did to no avail.

This is extremely frustrating because I emailed them 3 days ago and they just got back to me with an email. I'm behind with clients right now because I can't find a solution and Waves is taking their time.

I tried deleting my Waves Prefs, dragging InstalledAAXPlugins to desktop and then loading a new session and it didn't work. Can anyone here help me?

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