A – Captain Plugin only supports 64-bit hosts. So, if your DAW is 32-bit, you won’t be able to see the plugins.
A – You should try to Rescan your plugin folder in Logic and/or Ableton. If you still can’t see it, please email email@example.com and our customer service staff will help you troubleshoot this further.
A – If you are using your plugin in MIDI FX version, you will not be able to see the sounds tab because is designed to route MIDI to your favorite VST synths. You should be able to see the sounds tab option in the VST and/or AU version.
A – We allow you to install Captain Plugins on multiple computers with the purchase of one license provided they are your own personal computers. You can use your original download link and activation code on up to 3 computers.
A – You can download the latest build at https://www.mixedinkey.com/captain-plugins/download
A – Odesi is self-contained composition package for when you want to work on music outside of your DAW, a sketch pad to help get your ideas flowing. Captain Plugins are designed be used inside your DAW only, and can be used in the composition and production of a whole record.
A – You can use Captain plugins offline to play the MIDI you’ve already written. However, you need to be connected to the Internet to write new MIDI notes inside the plugins themselves. Our generators require Internet access.
So what happens when you’re on a laptop, flying on an airplane? You can write MIDI notes inside Live and play them using Captain plugins, but you won’t be able to generate a new chord progression using our User Interface. Internet is becoming common everywhere, even in the sky. Most studios have wifi. This requirement is usually not a problem.
A – Due to plug-in host differences between DAWs — and our own rigorous testing standards — Captain Plugins is only officially supported on Ableton Live and Logic Pro X. But, our dev team is working with DAW manufacturers to include other DAWs to this list.