A lot of ‘noise’ in here and I’m not going to read it all! But I had the exact same issue as described here? But I was able to fix doing this:
Make sure you have Cubase v10.0.40 and Melodyne v4.2.3 installed! These versions are important because earlier versions may not work!?
By default Melodyne installs here: C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Celemony\Melodyne.vst3
But for some reason Cubase won’t add it as an extension while it’s there?
In order for Cubase to see it as an extension you need to do this:
- Go to c:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Celemony\
- Create directory ‘Melodyne’.
- So now you should have c:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Celemony\Melodyne\ right?
- Now ‘move’ (don’t copy!) your ‘Melodyne.vst3’ to this directory.
- So now you should have this path? c:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Celemony\Melodyne\Melodyne.vst3
- Again! Make sure you didn’t just copy it and that ‘Melodyne.vst3’ only exists in the above path!
Now start Cubase and you should now see the extension under the audio menu?