Well I did 64-bit first… it didn’t show, then I tried the 32-bit and it didn’t show.
I found the .vst3 files in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VST3 folder just where they should be. I can see them being initialized on the splash screen, but they don’t show in the lists anywhere including TOOLS.
Weird. I’ll figure it out. BTW, the SLM128 doesn’t show in the plugins manger list in Cubase.
Problem here, too. I have a nice machine (win 7 64bit with lots of memory and power) running all sorts of VSTIs and plugins and have no issues. My Cubase 6.0.6 doesn’t see this new plugin at all. I see it on the machine (C:…), but Cubase doesn’t want to recognize it. I tried updating Plugins, tried x32 and x64 versions, deleted, re-installed…nothing. Weird. Hello Hamburg…!
Sorry to hear about your problems, but honestly I’m glad I’m not the only one. I have a hefty pc,too. 980x 24gigs ram. Never had any problems with a VST before. Doesn’t show in Cubase 5.5.2 or 6.07 for me.
Anyhow, I’m not expecting any help from Steinberg, they said it’s not supported. I’ll just keep using Toneboosters Loudness meter. Just wanted to try this to see if I got a little less CPU usage out of it. Liked the display, too.
Yes, tried it both ways…checked and unchecked. No dice. It just doesn’t show in my TOOLS or anywhere else, I’ve resorted VSTs per manufacturer, even moved every other outside VST and relaunched… nothing.
(which by co-incidence seems to be consistent with where my 64-bit Celemony Melodyne was installed by default a while ago - C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3\Celemony\Melodyne)
Is the discrepancy I mention above actually an installation script bug in the .MSI file?
On going into (64-bit) Cubase v6.5.1 it, SLM128 was found automatically and reported by Plug-in Information. It now shows up in \Tools\SLM128 (along with Multi-scope, SMPTEGenerator, TestGenerator & Tuner)
Seems to be working for me, without any manual intervention…presumably the 64-bit VST3 path is somehow automatically configured withing Cubase?
Thanks again, Steinberg. Another new toy…always grateful.