The Presonus FaderPort manual states:
1. Go to Logic Pro | Preferences | Control Surfaces | Setup…
2. In the Setup window, go to New | Install…
Please Note: If the FaderPort is already present in the control surface environment, your FaderPort is ready to use. No setup is required.
3. Select “PreSonus FaderPort” from the list of control surfaces and click “Add”. Close the device list window.
4. In the Setup window, you will now see the FaderPort
In the FaderPort configuration menu to the left, set the Out Port to “FaderPort and the Input to “FaderPort”
Close the Control Surface setup window. Your FaderPort is now ready to use.
But FaderPort does not appear in that list. (Note: it does appear in Audio MDI Setup).
There is a file called Faderport.bundle in the Logic folder of the Faderport folder. Where should it go?
Oh here it is in the Faderport under Troubleshooting:
Go to MacHD>Applications and CTRL-click on your Logic application. Select “Show Package
PreSonus FaderPort does not show up in the device list in Logic
If you have customized your Applications directory or if you have multiple versions of Logic installed, the
installer may not be able to automatically install the FaderPort.bundle file to the correct path. The bundle file
can be easily installed manually by CTRL-clicking on the FaderPort Installed mpkg. Select “Show Package
contents” from the pop-up menu. Double click Contents>Resources>FaderPort Bundle.zip to unarchive the
bundle folder. Copy FaderPort Bundle>for Logic>FaderPort.bundle.
(This is where I already was).
contents” from the pop-up menu. Go to Contents>MIDI Device Plug-ins and paste the FaderPort.bundle file.
Opening Logic, the FaderPort is immediately recognized.
Great! I answered my own question. Hope that helps someone else.
Now to figure out "Learn Mode"