I guess it’s too much to pay and expect a week without errors from Steinberg.
If only they could function like the entire world smh, anyways
I’m on Windows 11 and have Cubase 11 Pro.
I’m reinstalling everything on a new system but, for what ever reasons, my dll plugins are not recognized in Cubase anymore. I always set preferred directories and direct the Plugin Manager to read from those directories.
But this time I only can find the VST3 versions that are installed to their pre determined locations.
Does any of you folks know why this is happening and what’s the solution for it? hmm
Thank you in advance
and where is the error?
VST plug-in locations on Windows – Steinberg Support
VST3 format has a dedicated installation path all VST3 plug-ins must comply with. All your VST3 plug-ins should be installed here:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3
Not supported by C11 anymore.
VST3 gets installed in their pre-determined folder and gets recognized
OTHER VSTs, VST2, get installed into determined directories, by me, but don’t get recognized
but no, It’s all 64
You wrote “can only find the VST3 versions”. So none of your VST2 plugins show up in the plugin manager?
What happens if you put your VST2 plugins into one of the predefined directories of Cubase and not one of your own?
Do you use a custom plugin collection in the Plugin Manager?
if so, are they visible in the default collection?