FAQ & Help
Here you will find frequently asked questions and answers regarding to 808 studio which could help you solving your problem before contacting us.
FAQ & Help
Heat Up 2
Here you will find frequently asked questions and answers regarding to Heat Up 2 which could help you solving your problem before contacting us.
The first time you run Heatup2 the plugin will show you a activation code, copy the activation code and follow these steps:
- 1. login at www.initialaudio.com/my-account/
- 2. after successful login go to www.initialaudio.com/activate-heatup2
- 3. paste the activation code into the box on the website in order to generate you serial as shown in this video https://youtu.be/HCFIx2saoNY
- 4. copy the serial key our website has created for you and activate heatup2
HeatUp2 comes with 2 installers ( Library Bundle Setup & Preset Bundle Setup), make sure you install both. Installing the Library Bundle will allow you to choose a Setup destination. Only if you install the Library to it´s default folder HeatUp2 will work straight away.
If you install the Library Bundle to a custom Folder or external harddrive, you must configure your instruments folder in the HeatUp2 settings.
- 1. Run HeatUp2
- 2. Open the settings screen by clicking the Gear-Icon
- 3. Click Select Instrument Folder and locate your HeatUp2 Library folder, click open.
You must install the expansion pack into the same folder as your Heatup2 factory library.
- If you have installed the factory library to c:/heatup2 library/ the expansion must be installed into the same folder.
If you have not changed the destination folder during factory library setup, install the expansion pack to it´s default folder.
Forcing a Stuck Verifying .pkg Installer to Run in Mac OS X
Assuming the .pkg, .dmg, or installer app is legitimate and still stuck on “verifying” then here is what you can do to force it to run:
- From the Finder in Mac OS X, hit Command + Shift + G and enter the following path:
- Locate the app named “Installer.app” from this directory and launch it directly
- Navigate to the .pkg file that is stuck on verifying and select to open it
- Success! Run through the package installer or update as usual
The package installer should now work just fine, whether it’s a software update for Mac OS, a third party app, or whatever else was stuck in the verifying stage. This seems to happen most often with installers that are run from a mounted disk image, but it can occur with downloaded .pkg updates as well.