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"Melodyne is not compatible with Studio One. Please check for updates." ??????
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SkylineUK
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I've got S1 Ver2 Pro 64 bit. I already had Melodyne Editor version 1.3 in 64 bit.
When I want to invoke Melodyne by Ctrl-M I get this error message:
"Melodyne is not compatible with Studio One. Please check for updates."

What does this mean? I've got the latest version of both. How can this be????

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I've seen this. Reinstalling and making sure you have installed the VST3 option should fix this. At least it did for me.

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Here is what Motoko posted a while ago. It helped me get rid of this same problem.

- Make sure you are on the same bit-version with both software packages (32-bit Melodyne matches with 32-bit Studio One Pro 2)
- Make sure you have the latest versions of both software packages (1.3.0+ for Melodyne and 2.0.0+ for Studio One)
- Make sure the VST3 version of Melodyne is installed and working as a plugin in S1
- Run S1 as admin on Windows Vista or Windows 7 machines to prevent UAC (Windows' User Access Control) issues
- Win: Remove the plugins settings file from Studio One in [username]/AppData/Roaming/PreSonus/Settings/x64 or x86
- Mac: Remove the plugins settings file from Studio One in [username]/library/preferences/presonus/studio one2/x86/ or x64
- Restart S1.
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SkylineUK
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Thanks guys!
I ran a reinstall on Melodyne and saw thet VST3 wasn't ticked. I had assumed S1 was happy with VST2.
Intel Sandy Bridge i7 2600 @ 3.4GHz, 4 cores, 8 threads, 16GB RAM 1TB RAID storage.
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.
Presonus Studio One 2 Professional 2.6.1
Sonar X3d
Audio interface: RME HDSPe AIO
MIDI interface: M-Audio Midisport 4x4 Anniversary
1 lava lamp
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ACtrebleG
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Having the same problem, but I don't have this file located here:

Mac: Remove the plugins settings file from Studio One in [username]/library/preferences/presonus/studio one2/x86/ or x64

instead mine is located under (username)/library/application support/presonus software/studio one 2/x86/ or x 64

I deleted the Plugin-en.settings in both....the files came back...I made the folder read only...but still no integration

any ideas?

I'm using presonus 2.5 and melodyne 2.0.1 (and tried upgrading to 2.1) didn't work either.
 
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