If you’re anything like me, maybe you’ve bought and downloaded your fair share of 3rd party plug-ins…
And maybe, if you’re anything like me, you’ve ended up with lots of plug-ins you no longer use 😅
Now admittedly plug-ins often don’t take up that much space on your Mac. But wading through a sea of plug-in menus to find the 10 or so plug-ins you actually use is kind of a waste of time. So why not kick off this year by clearing your Mac of unused stuff?
In this week’s video I’d love to help you find and eliminate those plug-ins you’re no longer using. I’ll walk you through:
- Downloading and customizing your plug-in installs
- Identifying the plug-ins Logic Pro actually uses (hint: it’s not VST)
- Managing plug-ins with Logic’s Plug-in Manager
- Locating where plug-ins live on your Mac
- Uninstalling plug-ins
The above are great to know when you’re starting to feel stifled by the sheer number of plug-ins you have.
But if the above feels like way too much – there is another way.
There’s a fantastic app from the developer Wide Blue Sound that can simplify and more effectively uninstall plug-ins for you.
I cover the Audio Plug-in Uninstaller app in this week’s video. But you can also head right over to Wide Blue Sound’s website using the following link:
Audio Plug-in Uninstaller from Wide Blue Sound (free for a limited time): https://www.widebluesound.com/audio-plugin-uninstaller/