I have installed Nebula Pro 1.3.492 and upgraded to 1.3.495 on my Windows 7 machine. Although the machine & OS are 64 bit, I installed the 32 bit version of Nebula, as my host program (Sequoia 11) is 32 bit. (Perhaps this was not the correct thing to do?)
When I install the Acustica's own Nebula libraries in the proper directories, Nebula does not see them. They do not show up in the menu.
I have tried both using the installer and also simply copying the program and vector files to the proper directories. Both have the same result.
When installing some of the libraries I get error messages from Windows. Also some of the libraries produce an error message about encryption when I expand the zip file.
The XML file is pointing to the correct directories.
I have installed some third party libraries that work just fine.
Is there something I am doing wrong with the Acustica libraries?
Hello hfth_audio. Sequoia 11 is x86 you can install Nebula x86 or use Nebula Server in local mode for bridge x86/x64.
Seems like: 1. Sampltiude/Sequoia has a VST.ini file, if Nebula crash Sequoia may send to invalid VST plug-in, you can delete it and force Sequoia to re-scan you selected VST plug-in folders. 2. You customer key is wrong or corrupted, key = INIT files. 3. Your files from AA library are corrupted.