Attention: Windows 10 Users

A recent Windows 10 security update causes a security warning which prevents the installation of the Moog USB MIDI drivers for Windows (specifically starting with new installations of Windows 10, version 1607). This issue affects Editor/Librarian software performance--the result is that you can still run the plugin inside your DAW, but the DAW and the plugin can’t both use the synth’s USB port at the same time. Whichever one gets to it first (usually the DAW) gets exclusive use of the port and then it isn’t available for the other app to use. This issue currently affects Editor/Librarian plugin performance on Moog Minitaur, Sub Phatty, Theremini, Sub 37 and Subsequent 37 synthesizers..

We are working on a driver update to resolve this issue.  In the meantime you can use your Moog synth's USB MIDI connection with your DAW or with the stand-alone Editor software with no problems (as long as only one app is using the synth's USB connection at a time); this only affects the ability to have both the Editor software and the DAW attempting to share the USB MIDI port. If you would like to continue using your Editor/Librarian in plugin mode, you can work around the driver issue by using an external MIDI interface for your DAW and USB MIDI for the editor.

We are currently testing a fix and will update the drivers on our website once the new USB drivers are confirmed. To receive an email alert with the update, please register you Moog instrument HERE.

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