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Old 24th July 2009 , 09:11 AM
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Hi All

I've recently started to use Cubase 5 64 Bit with Windows 7 RC. It's been working great up until last night.

Basically, I have 64 Bit versions of Kontakt/Battery 3/FM8/Massive, and when looking at them in the Intstruments List, they all have the little bridge symbol next to them, with the exception of Battery 3, despite my having updated them to 64 Bit versions.

The problem I have is that when using any of the above, apart from Battery, once I've played a sequence, when I go back to the GUI for the plug, I cannot click on most of the knobs/sound browsers/sliders etc. and the computer just seems to hang. I can click outside of these windows, just not in them.

I'm finding this really frustrating - has anyone else experienced this at all?
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Old 24th July 2009 , 12:49 PM
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ive read that there is a issue with ni and cubase 5 64 ..on some forums its saying update cubase 5 and update all your ni plug ins..make sure they are all upto date.

i dont use 64 bit programs because theres too many conflicts with some plug ins if youve no joy try out the cubase.net forums and ask there mate.
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Old 24th July 2009 , 03:45 PM
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They're all bang up to date - Massive, Battery, Kontakt, FM8 all running 64Bit files.

I think I may have put the .dlls in the wrong folders.
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Old 24th July 2009 , 07:33 PM
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I run the same system no problems. What you might not know is that in Plugin information (devices menu) you have a list of paths that Cubase searches for your plugins. If Cubase finds an instance of a plugin in the first path it quits searching for others (or simply does not show them). SO if you stil have spare instances of your 32 bit plugins and they are found first then maybe - just maybe Cubase finds them then stops looking.
Also in the Plugin information list it shows what plugins Cubase has found and you can untick and therefore not display what you like (requires restart of Cubase)
Check where your DLL files are and make sure Cubase seraches that path.

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Old 27th July 2009 , 03:10 PM
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I think that's what's happened. THanks for the response, Zero. Much appreciated.
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As far as i know NI is running on the 32bit to 64bit bridge so you may get some probs there if cubase isnt talking to 7 properly
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Old 28th July 2009 , 11:33 AM
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As far as i know NI is running on the 32bit to 64bit bridge so you may get some probs there if cubase isnt talking to 7 properly
I'm talking about the 64Bit plugs - Massive/FM8/Kontakt and Battery. They're all native 64 Bit now.
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Old 30th July 2009 , 09:49 AM
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I'm talking about the 64Bit plugs - Massive/FM8/Kontakt and Battery. They're all native 64 Bit now.
Sorry wasnt aware that they were. outta the 64 bit loop since xp64 shafted my set up
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Old 30th July 2009 , 10:11 AM
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No problem! They don't email you the upgrade til about three weeks after it's up there. Strangely.

I actually solved this issue - the 64 Bit .dlls all installed in the actual program folders and not the VST Plug folder in the Steinberg.

I never got the time to sort it out. However, done it.
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