Activation and installation FAQs


How to activate the product bought from the official reseller?

How should I authorize the plug-in (bought in our online store) in my DAW?

How should I activate plug-ins which uses the PACE (ilok) authorization system?

Explaining iLok Licenses

How to install a trial version of a PSP plug-in which uses the PACE authorization system?

How should I activate "non ilok" plug-ins?

Mac OS File Authorization 'problem with license file' (non ilok protected plug-ins)

Windows File Authorization (non ilok protected plug-ins)

Where VST2 or VST3 plug-ins should be installed on Windows

 

How to activate the product bought from the official reseller?

If you bought the plug-in from our reseller first you need to register and activate the product at our user area. To do this, please go to our user area. You will first need to open an account, if you don't have one yet. Once the account is opened, please choose the option 'manual product activation' and use the activation code that comes with your product. As a result of activation process, the product will be registered and visible on your account. Please be aware that the activation is an irreversible process, so you will not be able to use the same activation code more than once.

 

 

 

How should I authorize the product in my DAW?

It depends on the product. We have two types of products: plug-ins which uses the PACE (ilok) authorisation system, and the "non ilok" plug-ins.

 

Non ilok plug-ins

To install and authorize our "non ilok" plug-ins in your DAW please:

  1. Login to your account at PSP User Area to download the plug-in installers.
  2. Download individual installers appropriate for your operating system and install each product individually,
  3. Download your unique license using the batch authorizer or individual 'download license' links, unzip the file if necessary, and double click on it to authorize the plug-in/s.
  4. Restart your system.

  

 

PSP authorizer 'problem with license file' (non ilok protected plug-ins)

  

 

Where VST2 or VST3 plug-ins should be installed on Windows

  

  

How to install a trial version of a PSP plug-in

 

 

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