I am using Cubase 32bit under WIndows 7 (64bit) and I’m recently experiencing troubles with program crashes, which I believe are caused by the RAM limit of 32 bit applications.
Do I have to change to Cubase 64bit in order to use more RAM, or is there any other smart solution available?
I read that there exist patches which would allow programs running under 32bits to adress more than 4GB RAM.
But only if the program is using “Address Windowing Extension”.
Didn’t find infos if Cubase would be a candidate for such a patch (?)
If this is not an option - would I be still able to use 32 Plugins and VSTi’s with VST Bridge or J-Bridge and what would that mean for the performance?
Is there finally no other reasonable way, then to go 64bit all the way?
I would so much prefer a solution for my 32bit version to escape this kind of installing-nightmare.
Your ideas and experiences will be really appreciated!