I’m on Windows 10, 64 bit… using the latest version of WaveLab 9.5.
Many of my favorite plugins are missing from the list where they should be.
I can see them being scanned when I start WaveLab, only to find them in the “Ignored” list. And even a re-scan of that ignored plugin fails to make it available in the list of available plugins.
It is SO interesting that I do not have this problem with Cubase 9.5 nor Sound Forge Pro 11.
I don’t know what kind of answer I’ll get from this, but I’m WAY TIRED of opening what is an otherwise STELLAR program (that I spent a lot of money on), and not being able to used ALL of my 64 bit plugins.
Steinberg… since Cubase 9.5 can show ALL of the plugins I’ve loading into the plugin directories on my PC, WHY HAS THIS NOT BEEN FIXED IN WAVELAB!!!
I’m beyond disappointed, due to the initial expense of purchasing WaveLab and MAINLY that it has been a problem since 8.5… and no fix.
Seriously, if you guys can make this work with Cubase (several versions ago), what is the holdup with getting this right in WAVELAB??!!
Magix and Sound Forge Pro 12 (64 bit) is looking better and better.
I left WaveLab alone in the 1990’s, because of its difficulties… I’m about to leave it again.
Please… answer this or provide a practical solution. I’m about to ABANDON WAVELAB, because MY PLUGINS are MY SOUND!!
Great program this WaveLab… but randomly loading/missing plugins is unacceptable in 2018.