"Cannot open because developer can't be identified" Help!

- This is an issue for SOME new Macs running on the new OS. Try the following:

Working around Mac security requirements
The following two methods may help get a plugin running on macOS Catalina. If the first doesn't work, try the second.

1. In your DAW, hit <Cancel> to the message, then open System Preferences/Security & Privacy, you should see the plugin mentioned at the bottom. Click 'Allow Anyway' to enable it.
2. Open Terminal. Type the following three commands, hitting <return> in between.
sudo spctl --master-disable
auval -a
sudo spctl --master-enable

I pre-ordered a plug-in but still haven't received my download link. Help!

- Please double check your spam folder! If you still can't find it, reach out to us HERE with your order #.

Which DAWs are compatible with these plug-ins?

- Any DAW that is able to handle VST3 or AU format, which would be MOST updated versions after 2021.

How do I install these plug-ins?

- Installation is a breeze! The instructions on how to install are included in a PDF with your download. A few drag and drops + a scan and you're done!

Are these plug-ins stand alone?

- No. You will need to open them in a compatible DAW (digital audio workstation).

Do these plug-ins come in Mac OS or Windows PC format?

- Both. Every download includes all versions, so no need to choose before checkout.

I've been getting errors when trying to open the plug-in. Help!

- Please double check to make sure you installed correctly. Also make sure you are using a DAW that is actually able to handle VST3 or AU format. If you continue to experience issues, please don't hesitate to reach out to us HERE.

Do I need a serial or license # to use these plug-ins?

- No. Plug em in and jump right in!

Are there any "clearance" or royalty issues when using these plug-ins?

- Absolutely not.

Can I create 🔥 melody loops with these plug-ins?

- It's too easy!!!!!