Since updating to Cubase Pro 9, my UAD 1, SSL Duende and Powercore X8 plugins don’t show up in my plugin list anymore. I know that Cubase 9 has dropped 32 bit compatibility altogether, but in my 8.5 64 bit setup it works fine.
The way it’s set up is as follows:
The UAD 1 pci card, Duende Classic and X8 rack units are housed in my slave machine and FX Teleport (yes, it’s ancient, I know…) takes care of the back and forth traffic between the slave machine and the Cubase PC. Cubase 9 looks for plugins in the exact same paths as 8.5 64, but the plugins that are there just don’t show up in the plugin manager.
Is this because Cubase 9 isn’t capable of working with 32 bit plugins at all anymore? (I think that’s the case, but I’m not sure because in 8.5 64 it works like a charm)
Best regards from Holland,