You could just wait for Lennar Digital to release a new version of Sylenth 1.
Seriously, that has to be the biggest success story in software development history.
Step 1: Launch company and version 1.0 of a killer virtual analog synth in, basically, 2007.
Step 2: Update it couple times in 2008.
Step 3: Say “BOOM,” drop microphone and swagger off stage with grabbed crotch, board plane to Fiji and sip Mai Tais for rest of natural life.
Jbridge is amazing! However, I have the feeling that Steinberg isn’t gonna work on vst bridge anymore because jbridge exist.
I use Cubase 7 (32 bit) and I only bridge heavy vsti like BFD2, Kontakt ect … that way everything works fine and I’m not limited to my shared 4 gig of ram on heavier vsti.
You must have meant “I’m sooooo freaking tired of Steinberg”, right?
If success == money in “software development history” (And I don’t agree with that, btw.) :
Step 1: Start a company back in the seventies.
Step 2: Buy a very rudimentary “operating system” cheaply from a college drop-out.
Step 3: License the “OS” to IBM (and make them pay royalties per unit made), and watch you bank account grow.
Step 4: Now that you’re no longer just a geek, but a rich geek, get a girlfriend. If it’s still too difficult, marry your secretary.
I don’t use Jbridge much because it is constantly showing messages about Cubase not being run with administrative privileges, and it does that twice for each plugin when a project is loaded. Loading projects that use bridged plugins takes a lot of time, mouse clicks and patience.
I can’t use Cubase with administrative privileges because I lose the drag & drop feature from the explorer windows, which I really need.
I love Jbridge for what it is. (ofc I’m thankful for being able to load my 32bit plugins into 64bit). But it really is frustrating to have that window pop up all the time and having to close it when using a bridged plugin, aswell as midi drag n drop from lets say addictive drums or superior drummer to not work. Stuff like that.
What I was searching for was something without that window I guess. Unless you can disable it in the jbridge, because it really bothers me. I was simply wondering if u had any better alternatives, but now I know the answer is no