I have been playing with the new Cubase Pro 9.5, and I wanted to make sure that I was using the correct plug ins to enable me to utilize the 64 bit processing that is now available.
I was watching the latest Club Cubase hangout, and Greg Ondo said that we could make ONLY 64 bit suitable plug ins visible in the plug in manager, which I thought was a great idea.
So I clicked on “show plug ins that support 64 bit processing” and I am suddenly down to 56 plug ins from 176? There are only 3 plug ins (Voxengo, Mellowmuse and TB Pro audio) that are deemed suitable and that arent Stenbergs, so I was wondering if this is correct or maybe just a marketing ploy by Steinberg?
The rest of my plugs are (by quantity) Wave, then Focusrite and Audio Damage, they are all legal, and they are all up to date, and non of them appear on the plug in manager “black list”, so why arent they suitable for 64 bit processing, and if I use them, how does it effect 64 bit processing?
To be clear, the other plug ins are still on my system, but by default, they have been listed as not suitable for 64 bit processing.
Has anyone else seen this or can anyone explain why this is so?
Thanks and regards,