Re: Scanning Audio Units every time at start up...
You are my hero right now. Huge thanks my friend!
This forum is great in so many ways - I feel I really am among the "pros" and use the site for huge amounts of self-studying. The tutorials are fantastic help-tools. Keep Â´ em coming please... ;)
I actually suspected this idea that you inform me about.
Due to other problems I needed to unisnstall my newly installed OS Mountain Lion system "backwards" (with the awesome help from my precious timecapsule) and go back to 10.6.8 and thus loose Logic x for a while since it requires Mountain Lion as you all know.
Once in the "old" system, I removed all my 32 bit plugins and put them all in a folder I named ("components - disabled") on my desktop...also VST and VST3 ones.
I then deleted all suspicious plug-in components from their original places in the HD library - you could say I did a cleaning up process. I realized I simply had to "sacrifice" many of my third party plug-ins but decided I would rather do that and update/install them later on one at a time...
So, I then re-installed the whole Mountain Lion OS and a bit nervously launched Logic 9. Of course Logic did itÂ´s first Audio Scanning process as usual. But the next time I opened i, everything was clear and working as it should - without 32bit plug-ins. I updated som 32bit software to 64 and there was no problem scanning them properly just once.
I then re-installed Logic x (from the app store - no double charges of course) and a bit nervously again waited for the launching to take place - but everything was all fine there to my great joy.
A bit time consuming maybe, but still - this I guess is the way to go if you encounter problems like this.
Not necessarily going back and reinstalling OS of course as I needed to do, but to clear your "components" folder of "suspicious" plug-ins. Later on you can install them back if you want (no 32 bit though) one at a time and check out if problems arises. ;)
Once again - huge thanks for replying and helping me out!
All the best,