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Locate AU component (Audio Unit)


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I have been trying to locate the AUPitch component in TIGER for testing in an earlier OSX version. The AU plugin appears in suitable applications but I cannot find it in the components folders in PLUGINS under audio in either the home or user folders. Any ideas where it is???

confusing. I suspect it may be PART of another APPLE AU, but what is that called, in that case?

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BERT in Sweden
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