If you still encounter the crash, a misbehaving VST plugin can be the problem. Try the following steps to fix the plugin issue:

For PC users.
1. Click the Start button and open Command Prompt.
2. In the Command Prompt, type regedit and click OK.
Figure 1: Entering a Command in Command Prompt

3. Find the following path: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSOFTWARELumit Audio and delete the Lumit folder.
NOTE: You might also try to delete only the Preferences folder within the Lumit folder. This will restore the user’s default settings as well as the VSTs path.
Figure 2: Deleting the Lumit Folder

For Mac users.
– Open Terminal. You can do this by searching for it in Spotlight.
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– Paste the following command in the location highlighted below. This will clear the cache for Lumit and remove VSTs from its memory.
defaults delete com.lumit-audio.Lumit
– Re-add the VST directory using steps 4-6 below. Mac plugins are typically found in /library –> audio –> plugins.

4. Open Lumit and click OptionsPreferences.
Figure 3: Opening the Lumit Preferences Folder

5. Locate your empty VST folder and click Add Directory to add new plugins.

Figure 4: Adding New Plugins in the Empty VST Folder

6. Inside the directory, add each VST plugin individually, one by one, until you find the VST causing the crash.

Figure 5: Adding Plugins

If you are still experiencing issues with Lumit, contact our support team at [email protected] and we will help you resolve the problem.