If you have the VST3 version check the “Reverb” plug-in category.
Nope, it’s not there…
And… if you’re using 64bit nuendo, you won’t see it
Really? why not? I’m still using 32-bit, but with everything going 64-bit I would have assumed a big name like Waves would support it.
Anyway, should I try reinstalling? I’ve got 3 Waves plugins (RBass, RAxx, and OneKnob Wetter), which I only bought because they were on sale ($19 each I think). Otherwise, all the Waves stuff seems a bit overpriced to me. Plus, I find their online store very difficult to navigate, the installation process is a major pain, and then there’s the crazy iLok licensing… HOWEVER, both the RBass and RAxx plugins work fine (though I had to look for them too).
It would be nice if Waves would document where the plugins would show up in the list. Maybe it’s intuitive to you younger guys, I’m an older guy trying to keep up.
AND, I’m sure this has been addressed somewhere, but I can’t seem to find it. How does Nuendo 5 determine how the plugin list is structured? (I recently upgraded from N2, and am still learning my way around - I used to be able to organize plugins however I wanted by simply creating folders under the ‘vstplugins’ directory, but this no longer works consistently. Maybe has something to do with differences between VST, VST2 & VST3, which I know nothing at all about)
If I hadn’t left so many brain cells behind in the 70s this might be easier…