Cubase and VSTBridgeApp consumes a lot of traffic internet.

I have a Cubase 7.5.
I recently discovered that it consumes a lot of traffic internet. Both incoming and outgoing.
Also consumes a lot of traffic and VSTBridgeApp.

I have Mac Mavericks.
The fact is that with such a large navigable information my computer starts making noise and work slowly.Why will he need the internet??
Sorry for my mistakes!!
Help me please.

Its crashing Cubase also. Is anyone know how to turn vstbridge completly off ?

The bridge will only run if you use 32bit plugs…ifr it is crashing Cubase then you must be running 32bit plugs??
And wasn’t it you posting how 7.5 was rock solid just a few days ago :laughing:

If you want to make sure it’s disabled you could try changing the extension of the VSTbridge.exe file which is in the components folder. Not sure if that will cause any other problems but should disable it.

And to the OP…are you sure it’s using your internet connection…there’s no good reason I can think of for it to do this unless you have the hub open.

Eh, you have several things running there that probably shouldn’t be when using music production sw…


Except for the ‘Hub’ (which I rarely seem to use anymore) no
network connections at all when using Cubase. Or any DAW.

Consider that VSTBridge doesn’t work with plug-ins older than v.2.4, so if you have one or more of those, they are likely the culprit. jBridge, on the other hand, works fine even with really old VST’s (2.1, 2.2 no problem but probably even older ones…), not to mention it’s way more stable.

Yeah, it would be cool if there was a way to completely uninstall VSTBridge from Cubase, because it’s really useless.

Eh, what happened to my ‘Eh’??? :confused:

There ya go. I edited curteye’s post for ya! Happy now?! :laughing:

Sorry curteye, couldn’t help it! :wink:

Damned Canucks! :laughing:

I’m sayin!!!

And I am from Toronto.

(or in Toronto OPPs)

Ma bad!

Hi. Thats right. I reinstall all software and now I think it was not nessesery. Vstbridge seems to my be problem. Im going to compleatly stop using 32 bit plugins. Its not easy to find their equivalents but its worth. So few $ will spend. I have a jBridge but dont like to use it.

Actually, for those of us that have been around for a little while now, check out Benny Hill and The Three Stooges re-runs next time you can.

You’ll see both Britains’ Benny Hill and Americas’ 3 Stooges both used “Eh” long before us Canadians ever did.

I can still picture & remember Curly saying, “Oh, so you’re a wise guy, eh?”

But that would mean at the very least that we are indeed guilty of copy-cat-ism, albeit much after the fact.

Boy - talk about ‘latency’! :laughing:

Also interesting to note is that we almost never hear “Eh” here anymore.

After so long, it’s finally dying out rather quickly.

When I realized that I was saying it, I made a conscious effort to stop & I did - no rehab needed! :confused:

Looks like most others are doing the same, which will eventually cause everyone to drop it before too long.

Sorry for going off topic! :unamused:

Nu Yawk/Joyzee slang. Actually comes from Italian immigrants (like “don’t break my balls!”, also an Italian expression. You don’t hear that often here on the west coast. Unless you’re watching a De Niro movie…) Italians say eh? all the time. I suspect the Canadian eh? also originates from Italian immigrants. Toronto is chock-full of people of Italian ancestry (Montreal possibly even more so.) As for Benny Hill, he probably picked it up from Jack Benny (his idol and the inspiration for his art name), who grew up in a poor Chicago neighborhood mostly inhabited by eastern European Jews (like him) and Italians.

Right - I forgot about the Italians and their lingo & slang.

Not only was I born & raised in Toronto, but I went to high school with about 65% Jewish kids & about 25% Italian kids.

There was a huge Italian community & influence in TO, particularly during the 1960’s, 70’s & 80’s.

But I do believe you are correct that Montreal has an even larger Italian community though.

Jeez, I also grew up in TO, moved to Switzerland in my late 30’s.
We had one lousy verbal idiosyncrasy “Eh” and now you say that’s dissapearing - oh the injustice! - too many fornurs …

This is what I call a harmless, funny “off-topicness”.
Who started it? I guess Jeff did, but I added some fuel… :laughing:
I’m neither North American nor European, BTW. But I’m really enjoying this.

Eh, one more thing (as Columbo would say), what does “fornur” mean? Didn’t find it in the dictionary. :confused:

The VST-bridge uses the tcp stack connecting to local host, it should not be using any internet.
Are you shure it is routing outside your computer. You could simply be watching TCP/IP activity and not internet activity

Smart cookie - this one. I’d check out what he’s typed here.

Oh the injustice - the humanity…

Haha! How’s life in Switzerland? I was there when I was 15. [1976]

But I’m sure things have changed since then.

My Mrs. wants to move there.