Organize Audio Unit Plugins with Auganizer
Now this is a very cool application. Organize Audio Unit plug-ins in Logic Pro the way you want to? Yes you can, thanks to Auganizer, an Audio Unit management application for OSX that lets you rename, reorder, arrange and organize Audio Unit plugins the way you want to. Yep, you read that right!
Organize Audio Units with Auganizer
The developers of Auganizer have made it possible to organize Audio Unit plugins by group, sub group and custom name. For example, you could organise several plug-ins into a ‘Compressors’ group, with a sub group such as ‘Multi-Band’, ‘Single Band’, or ‘Mastering’. Any changes made are non-destructive, Auganizer doesn’t modify or change your plugins in any way, and all changes are easily reversible.
Here’s what a custom plugin menu in Logic Pro X looks like.
Organize Audio Unit Plugins – Auganizer Highlights
- you can change the developer/manufacturer name
- you can arrange plug-ins by the type of effect
- you can make multi layers with sub folders
- you can use Cover Flow to see the plug-in’s GUI, this helps organizing plug-ins
- batch edit categories
- import/export all your settings and changes
- quickly restore settings to original values
- enable/disable plug-ins
To learn how to use Auganizer, see the Auganizer Getting Started Guide.
Note: Auganizer can’t make changes to Logic Pro’s native plugin menu, unfortunately.
Auganizer supports OSX 10.6 upwards to and including OSX 10.9 Mavericks.
Auganizer works with Logic 7, 8, 9 and X, as well as Ableton Live and Garageband.
Support for both 32bit and 64bit plugins.
Price: $34.99. More info, demo download:
Download Auganizer version 1.0.1