This article contains the guides for Mac and PC:
Uninstalling from Mac
Remove the following files and directories from your system:
Liquid Mix Application:
- Applications/LiquidMix (Application)
Liquid Mix Emulations:
- Library/Application Support/LiquidMix (entire directory)
Liquid Mix Snapshots:
- Users/'username'/Library/Application Support/LiquidMix (entire directory)
Liquid Mix VST Plugins:
Liquid Mix AudioUnit Plugins (if installed):
Liquid Mix RTAS Plugins (if installed):
- Library/Application Support/Digidesign/Plugins/VW_LiquidMixMono.dpm
- Library/Application Support/Digidesign/Plugins/VW_LiquidMixStereo.dpm
It is worth noting that if you are uninstalling your Liquid Mix software before upgrading to a newer version, there is no need to delete the emulations and snapshots from your computer.
Uninstalling from Windows
There are 2 stages to uninstalling your Liquid Mix from your Windows PC;
- Uninstalling the software.
- Uninstalling the hardware.
Uninstalling the software
To remove your Liquid Mix software, go to ‘Add or Remove Programs’ (START>CONTROL PANEL>ADD OR REMOVE PROGRAMS) and highlight ‘Focusrite Liquid Mix x.x’. Click on ‘Remove’ and follow any command prompts. A screenshot of this is shown below:
Uninstalling the hardware
To remove your Liquid Mix hardware, go to ‘Device Manager’ (START>CONTROL PANEL>SYSTEM>HARDWARE>DEVICE MANAGER) and scroll down to ‘Focusrite Liquid Mix by Sintefex’ as shown below. Either double-click on the text or click on the plus sign to the left of the text to expand the menu. Then right-click on ‘Liquid Mix’, select ‘Uninstall’ from the dropdown menu and follow any command prompts.
If you have installed a new DAW since your last update, search for - and delete all files and folders with 'LiquidMix' in the title, as a new DAW will often reassign the default VST directory. As such, it is possible for files and folders to be left on your computer, even after running the Uninstaller.