Deleting the config file in SoundID Reference DAW plugin

SoundID Reference DAW plugin config file

The config file is essential to store all the settings made over time by the user. Sometimes the config file can become corrupt, resulting in different errors like warning messages, plugin not recognized, DAW crashes, etc., and deleting the file could help to resolve the issue. 

NOTE! Deleting the config file will result in the deletion of stored settings. Speaker profiles will not be deleted - the .swproj files in the Sonarworks Projects folder will remain intact.

 

How to delete the config file on macOS

  1. Quit the DAW/plugin
  2. Show hidden folders: How to show hidden files Mac and Windows?
  3. Go to the location as shown below
  4. Delete the cfg.json file
  5. Relaunch the DAW/plugin
Macintosh HD/Users/your username/Library/Sonarworks/SoundID Reference\Plugin

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How to delete the config file on Windows

  1. Quit the DAW/plugin
  2. Show hidden folders: How to show hidden files Mac and Windows?
  3. Go to the location as shown below
  4. Delete the cfg.json file
  5. Relaunch the DAW/plugin
C:\Users\your username\AppData\Local\Sonarworks\SoundID Reference\Plugin

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