Well I noticed it’s the cubase plug in set in the vst3 folder that is kooky. I just moved the set from cubase 7 into 7.5 and they showed up. Moved the file from 7.5 to 7 and I get the same look as I got in 7.5
Though, I don’t have the new magneto plugin, or the new reverb plugin that are supposed to be in artist 7.5… also don’t have the updated gates and such as well.
It’s the Cubase plug in set vst3 that needs fixing… thats my issue. tried using the 7 installer, just installed 7. used the 7.5 installer and still have the same issue.
Have an email into support so see what they come back with.
I uninstalled Cubase artist 7.5, and I downloaded the Cubase 7.5 installer.
I then activated the Cubase 7.5 trial and all the plugins showed up. Whether the plugins that are supposed to stay with artist will after the 30 days… fingers crossed. But I think since the 7.5 installer is actually bigger then the artist installer the plugins actually work.
Also of note, if you already started artist 7.5 then no matter how many times you uninstall and install you’ll get the same install over and over again cause it keeps the data on your computer. So here is how you get around it.
Since Cubase 7.5 and the 7.5 Artist share the exact same installer it is a preference and the license that determines which one opens. As you have already licensed and set the preference for Artist that is why it continues to open.
I’ve always used
never had any issues with disappearing plugins.
And no, I don’t have all of them installed but I could and it would work.
If you never had set up a folder path for this folder you do that in
When you’ve done that once it seems like Cubase find the path itself.
So for C7.5 I didn’t have to do anything.
On Macs, the 7.5 installer leaves the installed Cubase 7, so you have both of them. Cubase 7.0.6 still works fine for me, but 7.5 has the missing plugins problem on new projects (which on a Mac are inside the application bundle), and crashes when trying to open an existing project.