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Cannot find Nectar elements in Effect of Studio One

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asked Aug 15, 2018 in Studio One 4 by wei-tingchiu (120 points)
Hi there,

I bought Blue Yeti microphone with Studio One/Nectar Elements bundle recently. I installed both softwares and Studio One works fine. However, I could not find the Nectar Elements plug-in in the Effect section of Studio One. Do you have idea about what went wrong? I use Macbook pro 10.13.6. Thanks a lot!

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answered Aug 15, 2018 by bradjohnson8 (140 points)
I bought the same bundle (with Yeti pro studio) and downloaded the Nectar Elements and nothing...nada.

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answered Aug 16, 2018 by Bbd (14,380 points)
Make sure you have set a path in your Studio One VST folder location so that it can find the folder where Nectar Elements is located.
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answered Nov 8, 2018 by andresimoneau (140 points)

I have the same problem.

Studio One Artist does not allow VSTs, so there is no tab to select a path to find VST locations. From what I understand, Elements is supposed to be recognized automatically by Studio One, even though other external effects are not. Even if I could set a path for VSTs, I am unable to find any application file or folders associated with Elements. Oddly, I downloaded the Izotope Product Portal, and it seems to recognize that Elements has been installed, even though I can't find the software anywhere else.

I've contacted Izotope and Blue, no response yet. If I don't get any info, I'll definitely be returning the microphone bundle. Seems like yet another scam package deal with dysfunctional/limited software.
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answered Nov 26, 2019 by taionnaihakubal (140 points)
I am having the exact same problem with The Blue Yeti Pack.....Very frustrating to say the least.  Has anyone got any recent answers on this?
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answered Dec 19, 2019 by miroslavmeduri (180 points)
edited Dec 20, 2019 by miroslavmeduri
I have the same issue. Just Got Yeti Studio pack. I have installed Studio One and the Ozone Elements 9. The vst3 version is in the correct folder, so it should be scanned. However, I have spent three hours now with no success in loading Ozone Elements into Studio One.

The support ticket doesn't work. First it asked me the product (Studio One 4, and then the Software (like Pro Tools or Reason...) Why? I am not using two apps. I use one, which suppose to be Studion One. Anyway, once I have chosen a random App, submitting the ticket does not return any feedback, and closing it exits it, so it cannot be submitted.

Very bad start so far...

Anybody has any idea what to do?

[Edit: I got an answer from iZotope's support. The fact that was nowhere highlighted is that Ozone 9 won't work. I had to specifically search for Ozone 8, and that solved the problem. Case close.]