So, first point - I was aware that 32-bit support was being removed prior to purchase. Whatever the merits of that decision, I was reassured by this forum that JBridge would still work with 32-bit plugs. However, what I was NOT able to ascertain in advance was that legacy Cubase 32-bit plugs would be blacklisted and therefore (apparently) completely unusable.
Is there a way round this at all? Because my non-blacklisted 32-bit plugs (such as BFD Eco) work fine with JBridge, but the native ones can’t be removed from the blacklist, and therefore don’t work! The idea that a company is banning loyal customers from using its own products just makes my head explode.
If this can’t be resolved, then I simply won’t be able to use Cubase 9 and will have to ask for a refund, and go back to Cubase 8. I use Embracer, Q and Double Delay on everything (because they are straightforward, do the job and I know them inside out). It would simply be too much of a interruptionto my workflow to have to undo every single track. And besides, they’re great - so why would I choose to stop using them?
PC - Cubase 9 - Windows 10