I should mention I am using it under wine/yabridge in Linux on pretty modern hardware and an oldish GPU. The beta shows up and worked flawlessly using the same setup as do all the other madrona plugins. I uninstalled the beta first but it fails the plugin scan.
Also ran into an issue with Ableton 11 on Windows 10 not seeing the plugin after running the installer. Turns out though if I move aaltoverb-vst.vst3 out of the installed folder ../Common Files/VST3/Aaltoverb/ and then directly under the /Common Files/VST3 folder, Ableton detects the plugin (Madrona folder shows up under plugins/VST3 in Ableton) and the plugin runs without any issue. So it looks as though Ableton is unhappy with the directory structure that the installer creates vs something being wrong with the vst3 build itself.
@randy hi there! there's no license file - just a folder with presets. when I pasted the key text today I got this message: \"sorry, there was an error writing the license please email@example.com for help\" even tho the plugin appears to be \"registered\" and i've managed to save a preset. weird.
one thing that might help - yesterday i've installed the updated aaltoverb and registered it but then i had to reset my computer and re-install everything. so technically atm i'm trying to register a second copy. not sure if it helps. 59ce067264