I’m copying my comments from the UAD forum thread http://www.studionu.com/uadforums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=14693
What would you advice me to use; VSTBridge or Jbridge?
Please regard that I have the UAD card, Omnisphere, Arturia and some other plugins.
And is there a possibility to have all (both 32bits & 64bits) plugs in one folder, or not more than two folders?
The Omnisphere seems to have a special structure, but it would be nice if that one also could be put in one of the usual Steinberg default Vstplugin folders.
I didn’t manage to solve the issue. And before I do anything rash, I have emailed the Jbridge support this:
"Installation went quite well, at least at first.
But after restarting Windows 7 (64), and when I launched Cubase 6 (64) again then I received a lot of UAD errors saying that my UAD software or hardware couldn’t be found anymore. And then I got a blue screen before I could take a screenshot. Very unpleasant.
(Please look at my screenshots before and while reading any further)
After Googling I’ve seen a couple of options what I could try next:
One example is to choose “Run in existing auxhost”, BUT since I can’t see my UAD Powered Plugins in Cubase any longer I suspect I can’t reach that setting at the moment. Correct?
Which leaves me with the next option and that is to move (or copy?) my UAD Powered Plugins-folder from C:\Program (x86)\Steinberg\MyBridgedVSTPlugins
To C:/program/Steinberg/VSTplugins or somewhere else?
But would that help? And is it best to keep the “Powered Plugins”-folder or could it be better to paste the dll-files + txt-files directly under VSTplugins-folder? (Alternatively MyBridgedVSTPlugins-folder, if that’s where I should keep the files?)
- Add a new path under “VST 2.x Plug-in Paths” in Cubase, if so which path?
If you guys know the solution to this already please post your comment here and/or pm me.
Do you mean to this folder:
And do you mean that I should put all (both 32bit and 64 bit) plugins into that folder?