Finally a solution to the Reaktor/Cubase problem!
I’ve been using JBridge for the last month or so, and I’ve been able to run all of the Reaktor ensembles ~99% reliably. Including adding Reaktor “player” instances like The Finger/Mouth/etc to existing projects that use over 2GB of RAM.
I’m guessing this works because hosting the VST through JBridge gives the instances their own allocation of RAM space and processor time, instead of hosting it within Cubase’s… (in task manager the JBridge hosted plugs have their own processes called “auxhost.exe”).
I guess you could say I’m using a 32-bit plug with a 32-bit DAW, but with JBridge as the mediator and it seems to be working well.
YES! I can confirm that JBridge DOES solve the problem! I just bridged Reaktor 5.5 to the 32bit version of Cubase 6 and it works great!
I tried it in my most CPU and RAM intensive projects and Reaktor (both instruments and effects) worked flawlessly… I’m so happy I can FINALLY use Reaktor again!
Same here. I’m using J-Bridge to bridge 32 Bit Reaktor 5 to 32 Bit Cubase 5 Host. It works great! Thx J
Just tried it out myself and it works great! No more random ASIO spikes and crackling