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Mac installation / Re: Soundloom won't open
« on: December 06, 2017, 06:27:07 AM »
For sure, lmk how that works out for you.  Still having a lot of trouble with installation myself.

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Am I supposed to see "CDP_SOUND_EXT" after doing this?  Because when I type env into terminal I still don't see that in the resulting list.

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Mac installation / Re: CDP 7.0.0-Release not installing (OSX 10.7.5)
« on: December 05, 2017, 07:11:20 AM »
Change the location of the install.  I think it's defaulting to the main parent folder 'Macintosh HD'.  Install it under your username folder instead.

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Mac installation / Re: El Capitan please share how you got it working
« on: December 05, 2017, 06:38:04 AM »
I'm not sure but I think the grayed processes only work on certain type of files.  Like mono or surround.  I'm pretty sure if you wanted to apply one of the mono-only effects, you could just split a stereo file into two mono parts for individual processing.  Then there is also an option to recombine them.

Please note that I have yet to get cdp up and running so this is all just guesswork.

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Mac installation / Re: Failing to Install Soundloom on El Capitain
« on: December 05, 2017, 06:29:44 AM »
Hi Orlando, this post is so old that you might not ever see this reply but it could still help to serve others.

I was running into the same problem with commands not found.  The problem for me was that CDP was actually installed in a different location.  Most likely the root of your main drive.  is your HDD called 'Macintosh HD'? see if the CDP folder was installed there.  If it was, move it to your user folder and the path should work in that case.
Someone else had a similar problem on the forum which is how i found that fix.  You probably already figured it out for yourself by now anyway.

As far as the launchd.conf file... that needs to be stored in the /etc folder.  The copy to /etc command never worked for me in the terminal. Fortunately there are a number of ways to find that folder with the easiest being to simply type /etc as a spotlight search and double clicking the folder when it pops up as a suggestion.  Then simply copy your launchd.conf text file into there.  It's important to note that that text file should be plaintext and not rich text format.  At least that's what the documentation suggested... I have no idea how important that is if at all.  The way to create a plaintext document is to go into textedit preferences and choose Plain Text as the standard format for a new document.
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To be fair I could never get the above to work... I never did find a cdp wav extension listed when I typed env into the terminal.  The sloomrc instructions also never seemed to work so I'm stuck on that too.

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