There are several cases where you may need to uninstall certain individual Soundtoys plug-ins or perform a clean reinstall of the entire Soundtoys bundle.
There's a handy uninstaller called Remove Soundtoys that can help with this.
- First, make sure any DAW or other plug-in host is closed.
- Go to /Applications/Soundtoys/Utilities/ and open the Remove Soundtoys file
- Select the plug-ins that you don't have a license for and click Remove
- When asked to confirm, click OK.
- If you need to, enter your password to confirm the changes, and you're done.
If you are using macOS 10.12 or earlier, you will not be able to do step 3 and select plugins to remove; you will have to uninstall all the Soundtoys plugins on your computer.
Depending on how you've updated your macOS and Soundtoys versions, you could have a version of the uninstaller that does not work with your OS version. If you have problems with the steps above, use the download links at the bottom of this page to get the correct one for your OS version and try again.
There is an uninstaller for any installer file you may have used. The downside is if you installed the bundle you can only uninstall everything. A manual uninstall will be necessary if you only want to remove certain ones, and instructions on that are coming soon.
- First, open Window's Add and Remove Programs applications. You can find this in Settings > Apps, or by searching for it in the Start Menu
- Type in "Soundtoys" in the search bar that is directly above the list of apps (and the sorting options).
- Click on the product you'd like to uninstall, and choose the Uninstall button.
- Confirm each message that comes up to complete the uninstall.