Upgraded to Ventura now home directory has Cherry Audio folders in it

Cherry Audio’s Eight Voice polyphonic synthesizer meticulously emulates the immense sound of the Oberheim Eight Voice, one of the world’s rarest and most desirable vintage instruments.
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Dirty J. Martini
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Upgraded to Ventura now home directory has Cherry Audio folders in it

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I recently switched from an older Intel Mac Pro running Big Sur to a macStudio running Ventura. After getting everything moved over and tested, I noticed that my home directory now has several folders with names like "Library\Cherry Audio\Eight Voice". That's the folder's entire name, not a path. Note the DOS/Windows-like backslashes! Can I safely delete these directories or will I lose presets and stuff if I do? They each have ~15-20 MB of data in them.

There's also several log folders with names like "Library\Cherry Audio\Memorymode\Logs\". I'd really like to clean this up but don't want to lose anything. Any ideas?
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Re: Upgraded to Ventura now home directory has Cherry Audio folders in it

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Hi,

That means you installed old versions of the plugins before we updated them for Ventura. Uninstall those (saving any custom user presets you might have made from the user preset sub folders).

Download the latest installers here: https://cherryaudio.com/products/downloads

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Re: Upgraded to Ventura now home directory has Cherry Audio folders in it

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Thanks! I've installed the new ones now.
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