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Installing Spitfire and Toontrack plugins

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Connected with a Logic client in the West of England who had bought a batch of Spitfire and Toontrack plugins online and wanted help installing them in custom locations on his Mac. Also showed the client how to create Track Presets in Logic Pro so his 3rd party presets show up in Logic’s Library and make them easier to find.

Spitfire Audio

  • Downloaded and installed Spitfire Audio app
  • Copied the serial numbers from the purchase email
  • Pasted the codes into Spitfire app
  • Set the download and install locations to external hard disks
  • Downloaded and installed via the app
  • Opened Logic
  • Opened Kontakt and opened the first Spitfire instrument
  • Created a track preset and named it in Logic’s Library
  • Repeated for all the other Spitfire instruments


  • Downloaded and installed the Toontrack Download Manager
  • Copied the serial numbers for EZ Bass, Superior Drummer 3 and the expansions from the purchase website
  • Pasted the codes into the Toontrack app
  • Set the download and installation locations to the client’s external hard disks
  • Ran the installers
  • Showed the client how to open the plugins in Logic
  • Showed the client how to load sound presets in the plugins and how to use the grooves browsers to load preset MIDI patterns

About the Author


I’m the owner and lead technician for Audio Support, a small company based in London, UK that connects remotely with clients worldwide to help them with their music technology issues. I’ve run Audio Support since 2005 and in that time I’ve seen and solved thousands of recording studio problems. 

Outside of Audio Support, I run music workshops at a local school, play bass in a 90s tribute function band and perform modular synth jams with friends on Twitch.

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