Hi - can someone give me some guidance please? 64-bit Cubase, and “must-use” 32-bit plug-in (I assume, it’s so old it doesn’t say anywhere). I’ve never used anything but, 64-bit plugs before.
I just threw it in as an insert, and it worked great a bunch of times, but now is acting all buggy, working correctly maybe one out of ten times.
I guess by default I’m using Cubase VST bridge, and I should be using J-Bridge? Can someone please maybe give a quick hint or two on the mechanics of how to do that, things like where the.dll should go, etc?
I’m not sure if you can do this with the same version of Cubase (but suspect you can). But I know with different versions you can install one as 32-bit and the other 64. Then just use the 32 to do what you need with your plug-in. Then render the results and import into 64-bit for the rest of your work.
I’d backup the system disk & create a restore point - in case things get messed up.
Then run the C7.x installer and see if it lets you install your current version as 32-bit.
If not run installer for a version back (e.g. 7.0 for 7.5, or 6.x for 7.0).
Once you have a 32-bit version installed make sure the Windows default for Cubase is the 64-bit version & create a shortcut for 32-bit version so you can run it when you want.