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How to Install on Mac

How to Install Slime on MacOS

You can install Slime manually into your Components or VST3 folder. This video shows you how. 


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Cannot be opened because it is from an unidentified developer

Unidentified Developer Message 

This is a common issue that affects software on MacOS. From Apples Support:  

"If you try to open an app that isn’t registered with Apple by an identified developer, you get a warning dialog. This doesn’t necessarily mean that something’s wrong with the app. For example, some apps were written before developer ID registration began."

The above link to their support article has steps to help resolve this issue. You can choose to run the installer anyway, or to always allow software from unidentified developers. This is up to you. We can only advise that our software is safe. 

No Presets In Plugin

No Presets Available

If you run Slime and only see the message "Couldnt find any instruments" in the plugin, the presets are probably still inside your download folder (folder called #PRESETS)

You need to copy the contents of that folder into the Slime.instruments folder that is in your vsts folder. 

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