My first post as I am brand new to Nebula (bought Nebula3 Pro), with just about a week under my belt, so still getting my feet wet.
I've got the 64-bit version of Nebuala3 Pro installed, and in Reaper 64-bit, everything is working like a dream.
I'm also using Pro Tools 10, which is a 32-bit DAW. My question is, can I run the 32-bit Nebula3 Pro installer and have them share the same nebulatemprepository directory, or do I have to have one temprepository for 64-bit and a separate one for 32-bit and copy over all of my libraries? I have Nomad Factory MAGMA, which can load VST plugins, which will allow me to use Nebula in Pro Tools.
Thank you, Enrique. I downloaded and installed the update for the x86 version and overall, it is exactly what I needed.
There is one thing I did have to do, though. In the the directory where the dll's are installed for the 32-bit version, in my case on Windows it is C:\Program Files (x86)\Steinberg\vstplugins\acustica, the XML files in that directory had the word "installation" in them, and not named the same as the dll file. I looked in these XML files, and there were only like four elements in there, not nearly as many as the XML files in the 64-bit directory. So I copied the ones from the 64-bit directory into the 32-bit directory and renamed them to match the dll, so something like Nebual3.xml and Nebula3Reverb.xml.
I'm not sure if that does any harm or not, but I loaded the 32-bit version in Pro Tools through Nomad Factory MAGMA, and it worked perfectly from what I can tell.