Auganizer is a new app for managing your AU plug-ins. Here's the manufacturer's description of it...
Since the day Apple moved to the Audiounit format users have been forced to view an illogical list of manufacturers and developers names when trying to access their plugins. Not anymore. Now you can organise and view your Audiounits the way you desire in Logic, Ableton and Garageband
Using everything you're already familiar with in OSX, Auganizer gives you all the tools to arrange your Audiounits like never before.
You can now change the developer/manufacturer name and use a much more logical workflow orientated layout. You could, for instance, arrange by the type of effect, and we even allow you to go further by making multi layers with sub folders. This gives you the ability to create hierarchies such as; "Compressor > Multi-band" and "Compressor > Single-band", so you have full control over how YOU want your plugins organized.
One of the reasons we created this app is because we found it difficult to remember what each plugin in our long list did when arranged by developer's names. We realised this same problem existed when faced with a list of plugins to rename. To combat this we implemented OSX's native coverflow. With a click of a button coverflow will load up the plugins GUI's so you can be easily reminded exactly what each plugin is and where it should be categorized.
The interface is familiar for all Mac users. Upon opening the app all your Audiounits will be scanned in both user and system folders. You can rename and edit the plugins one by one, and you can batch edit the categories at once by click and highlighting multiple plugins - making it easier to arrange them into folders like compressors, filters, EQ's, etc.
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