Your Questions, Our Answers – Logic Pro X Keeps Scanning Audio Unit Plugins
Recently one of our readers noticed how Logic Pro X keeps scanning Audio Unit plugins every time he launches the application.
I had a question. I know you don’t have any forums, and I Googled a bit and not found a solution yet, but lately Logic Pro X keeps scanning Audio Unit plugins every day now. Just wondering if had any troubleshooting posts (or and idea) that might help solve this. The Mac maintenance utilities I am using are Onyx, DiskWarrior and Disc Doctor.
We sense either Onyx or the Disc Doctor app is removing the Audio Units cache file every time you do disc maintenance, which leads to Logic Pro X rescanning every time you launch the application.
In case of Logic Pro X, the audio units cache file (com.apple.audiounits.cache) resides in
Just to be sure: to access your home/user folder on your Mac, hold down ⌥ while you select ‘Go’ in Finder’s menu bar. If you could somehow exclude this file from being trashed by the Mac OS X maintenance app, you’d be good!