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 softwareTo 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 hardwareTo 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.