I have had Cubase 10 for a little over a year, and have downloaded a couple of plugins before. When I downloaded Sine Player from Orchestral Tools and tried to use it in Cubase, it was blacklisted. I know that Cubase blacklists the 32 bit versions, but the 64 bit versions were also blacklisted and I can’t use the plugin. Is there anything I can do to get it working?
Hi and welcome on the forum,
It seems the plug-in didn’t pass the internal plug-in test and it might crashes Cubase, if you would use it. Therefore it has been blocklisted.
Is there anything I can do to get it working, or am I just unable to use this plugin on Cubase?
In the Studio > VST Plug-in Manager > Blocklist, you can enable the plug-in manually (on your own risk).
I tried reactivating those, but it told me that the reactivation failed.
I had the same problem, but you can solve it, if you have Komplete Kontrol.
Loading Komplete Kontrol in Cubase and then run SINE within Komplete works.
Thank you for, the tip! I can get it on Cubase using Komplete Kontrol, unfortunately it is very unstable and crashes almost right away. However, I don’t think this is an issue with Cubase, because it crashes even outside the DAW, but thank you anyway!