After some hassle with different LM versions (BFD should really get a grip on that) I can run BFD in standalone. If I want do load the AU version in Ableton Live or Reaper, the plugin loads but I do not have access to any content. I only get a message “searching”. Left it over night, nothing changes.
Try rescanning the content locations from there, within the DAW. Go to ‘Tools’, rescan option is under that menu.
Thank you for the quick reply. Tried that already. It gets stuck the moment I try to rescan.
The libraries where checked a moment before. The license button appears after the core lib.
Not sure why that’s going on, I’m on MAC Pro Monterey and Big Sur, not much knowledge with the M1’s, sorry about that, that licence button is not the problem, I get those on some packs too and there’s some posts on this forum about it. This is a reply I got from support back in May:
You can ignore the License! alert. The program is most likely seeing old FXPansion format licenses on your computer that cannot be authorized by the current license manager, If all of your content is working as it should, this should not affect performance. You can stop it from happening by deleting all of your old content and reinstalling only content from the current BFD License Manager as seen in this guide: BFD Drums…
Thanks, but the standalone version is OK. This only happens in the AUi Plugin. Very frustrating, because I installed and uninstalled with different versions multiple times.
The next BFD3 build will have full native M1 support. It’s currently being beta-tested afaik. Your problems with Ableton/AU may have to do with Rosetta 2?
Good to know! So I will wait a little longer. I do not run Rosetta, Ableton now runs native on M1.
I can confirm this is a known issue and the BFD team are onto it.
Kind regards, Rayne
Same here, is there some deadline for this? Thanks!
(Edited) I forgot to add that it happened with Garageband and Logic X Pro.