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osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby dogma » Sun Apr 20, 2014 3:17 am

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Operating System Xp Sp2 Latest 64 bits version OSX 10.5 Latest 64 bits version
Ram 2 Gb 24 Gb 4 Gb 16 Gb
Hd 120 Gb 120 Gb SSD 120 Gb 120 Gb SSD
Screen Resolution 1024x768 Full Hd 1024x768 Retina
Audio Host VST 32bit & 64bit VST 32bit & 64bit VST 32bit
AU 32bit VST 32bit
AU 32bit
CPU Dual Core Latest multicore CPU Dual Core Latest multicore CPU

So it says that 64bit version but then 32bit hosts? I cant get nebula to mount at all on my ML partition. The latest update runs fine under 32bit on snow lep but I cant get it to show up in any DAW under ML. It istalls to the right directory so I have no idea what im doing wrong. My setup is 2 partitions - one Snow lep which is my main OS then ML for running LogicX and Reason 7 and live 64 bit. All other plugins have installed fine on the partition but not Nebula. And is there even a working 64bit version under osx? THanks guys
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Re: osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby dogma » Sun Apr 20, 2014 8:02 am

Hello? I realize its a simple question. Can someone save me from my insanity
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Re: osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby giancarlo » Sun Apr 20, 2014 9:25 am

vst 64 should work... did you test it quickly in reaper? clean completely reaper cache if you are already using reaper
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Re: osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby SWAN » Sun Apr 20, 2014 3:57 pm

yes I have the 64bit vst working fine - I use in Ableton Live...tested 1.3.7 update no probs

I run 10.8.5 however
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Re: osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby Support » Mon Apr 21, 2014 11:19 am

dogma wrote:So it says that 64bit version but then 32bit hosts? I cant get nebula to mount at all on my ML partition. The latest update runs fine under 32bit on snow lep but I cant get it to show up in any DAW under ML. It istalls to the right directory so I have no idea what im doing wrong. My setup is 2 partitions - one Snow lep which is my main OS then ML for running LogicX and Reason 7 and live 64 bit. All other plugins have installed fine on the partition but not Nebula. And is there even a working 64bit version under osx? Thanks guys


Nebula3 Server is VST x86/x64 in OSX
Nebula3 Server is AU x86 in OSX

Nebula3 Pro is VST x86 in OSX
Nebula3 Pro is AU x86 in OSX

If you run a x64 sequencer, obviously due you have a x64 OS (Window, Linux, MacOSX, etc), your sequencer will only see and load x64 plug-ins. To load x86 plug-ins you will need a architecture bridge.

There is more information here: viewtopic.php?f=39&t=27999
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Re: osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby psound » Tue May 13, 2014 12:52 pm

I'm confused too. As to why I bought a plugin ( and I've lost count the number of libraries) that was never going to release a 64-bit audio unit.
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Re: osx 64 bit - im super confused

Postby chime13 » Tue May 13, 2014 2:07 pm

You do have to wrap it in Sound Radix 32Lives. I use Nebula 3 Pro AU in Logic X with no issues at all. I know it is an added expense, but it has been worth it, as I can use (resurrect) other 32bit AUs that not updated to 64bit. FWIW - There really is no excuse for not yet having released a plugin of this calibre in AU 64bit.
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