After some troubles with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit which meant a reinstall of the OS, I decided to also reinstall some of my DAWS in only the 64-bit versions.
While I was excited to see 64-bit ReWire support in Cubase 6.5, which I upgraded to, I’m puzzled by the fact that Cubase is not seeing all available 64-bit ReWire clients. One client application it’s not seeing is PreSonus Studio One version 2. On the other hand, neither is PreSonus Studio One version 2 seeing Cubase as a ReWire client. I don’t know enough about the ReWire technology to understand why this is so.
I also have Reaper 64-bit and it’s visible in both PreSonus Studio One version 2 and Cubase as a client, however, when I run Reaper as the host it’s not seeing either Studo One or Cubase as a client. Remarkably though, Reaper 64-bit is able to see and run a couple of 32-bit only DAWS I have as ReWire clients: ACID Pro 7 and FL Studio 10.
I’m wondering if a Steinberg engineer can explain more about how ReWire 64-bit technology was implemented in Cubase and why it’s not able to see PreSonus Studio One version 2. I’ll also ask PreSonus the same question.
Thanks for your time!