Hey there @Julion1
It's weekend, so S.A customer support won't get your email before tomorrow. As a moderator, I try to check the forums from time to time during wk but in this case I'm not able to test anything on my end , I just have Kick 2, not the Kick 1 NRE edition and also not using Catalina.
- Was it working with this OS version before this problem BTW ?
There's 2 topics on the support page for Kick 1, maybe it could help, especially the manual license file install :
- How do I install KICK (v1 - Nicky Romero Edition) ?
- Manually install your KICK (1) license key
You can head to the support page via this link https://support.sonicacademy.com/hc/en-us
If nothing helps there, you'll have to wait for S.A support.
On MacOS you could also choose to delete your audio plugin database cache in case it got corrupted, but if you decide to do so, be aware that you will have to re-scan and start ALL installed plugins validation process again, could take some time and could also lead to other validation issues ( it should not, but I've seen very different comments about Catalina & plugins depending if you just upgraded your OS or re-install plugins after Catalina ).
If you plan to give this a try, here's the procedure to clear your Audio Unit Cache :
- in the Finder, choose Go > Go to Folder from the menu.
- Type ~/Library/Caches in the "Go to the folder" field. Press the Go button.
- Remove the "com.apple.audiounits.cache" file.
- Remove the ~/Library/Caches/AudioUnitCache folder
Reboot your Mac.
Upon reboot, the next time you start Logic, ALL installed AU plug-ins will be re-scanned & Logic should then startup normally. If any AU validation tool crash occurs, simply choose ignore & the scan process should carry on. If it leads to a Logci crash, ignore & restart Logic. After all plugins scan, go to the plugin manager inside Logic's Preferences & check for non validated plugins and try to run a manual validation.