(NEW from Sonar) PX 64 Percussion Strip

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 07:54:43 (permalink)
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John



I just checked in Windows 7 64 bit and it ran in Sonar 8 64 bit. It shows processing at 64 bits. This does not mean it is a full 64 bit plugin but its a strong indication that it is. The you tell what processing is going on is by the hash marks in the FX bin 1 = mono, 2 = stereo 32 bit, 4 = stereo at 64 bits.


John,
 
The only way to tell if a plugin is truely native 64 bit is by openning it and looking at its title bar.  If you see the FXTelelport icon (it's a blue plug) found on the upper left corner (next to the plugin's name) in the plugin window, then it means it is being wrapped by Bitbridge.  You'll also notice a blue band with dotted lines below the title bar.  Native 64 bit plugins don't have these features and look exactly as they do in Sonar 32 bit.  Try it, and compare any of the Sonitus plugins with the VC-64 and you'll quickly see what I mean.
 
The VC-64 is NOT a native 64 bit plugin, trust me :-)  I've been using Sonar 64 practically since it came out.
 
 
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Agreed.
 
@ John....Jose is 100% right. You should see this when loading the VC-64 in an x64 OS with the x64 version of Sonar....
 

 
 
But if you load up the VC 64 in the x86 version of Sonar on an x86 OS or an x64 OS you will see this....
 

 
I have been using the x64 version of Sonar for over a year...the VC-64 is *not* a native x64 plug. It does need Bit Bridge to work in Sonar x64. Hopefully the bakers have changed that in the next update/upgrade??? But in any case the new drum plug seems very promising, native x64 as well (more info would be nice though).......
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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 09:44:34 (permalink)
just a quick response to the EZdrummer question . . . i find it virtually unusable in x64 (with jBridge)

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 12:08:04 (permalink)
Vintage Channel is indeed an x86 plugin (with 64-bit internal resolution) that is accessed through Bit Bridge on x64 systems.

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 13:29:36 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if EZdrummer from toontrack will work on sonar 8 64bit


There are users that are reporting that they are using EZdrummer in a 64 bit environment.  It doesn't officially support 64 bit but evidently Bit Bridge and Jbridge seem to be doing the job for some people.

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 13:54:13 (permalink)
I'm considering the move to 64-bit with the relase of W7. If I run into problems with a certain plugin in Sonar X64 could I just run the X86 version of Sonar in a 64-bit OS and it will be like old times? If this is the case then I'm not concerned about the switch that much.

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 14:52:53 (permalink)
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I'm considering the move to 64-bit with the relase of W7. If I run into problems with a certain plugin in Sonar X64 could I just run the X86 version of Sonar in a 64-bit OS and it will be like old times? If this is the case then I'm not concerned about the switch that much.

Thanks,

Eric


Yup - you certainly can. I have both installed on my machine and can load projects between them with no trouble.

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 15:50:52 (permalink)
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I'm considering the move to 64-bit with the relase of W7. If I run into problems with a certain plugin in Sonar X64 could I just run the X86 version of Sonar in a 64-bit OS and it will be like old times? If this is the case then I'm not concerned about the switch that much.

Thanks,

Eric


Yup - you certainly can. I have both installed on my machine and can load projects between them with no trouble.

Same here. 
 
I have both versions of Sonar (x86 and x64) installed on Vista64 no issues.  If a plugin doesn't work in Sonar64 then I use Sonar32.  Sonar32 under Vista64 works exactly the same way as it does in a 32 bit OS.  There may be issues with legacy plugins that won't install in Vista though.  But that's extremely rare nowadays.
 
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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 19:46:28 (permalink)
Brandon and Jose,

Thank you for the clarification. I'm all ready for W7 64-bit. I have a partition open on my system when it's released.

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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/01 21:17:32 (permalink)
CMusicmaker thanks for the pics that certainly clears that up. But I did say that it could be a 32 bit plug. After all its not a CW plugin Kjaerhus are the ones behind it I believe. I think its a redo of the Golden Audio Channel.



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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64T Percussion Strip 2009/09/02 03:43:45 (permalink)
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CMusicmaker thanks for the pics that certainly clears that up. But I did say that it could be a 32 bit plug. After all its not a CW plugin Kjaerhus are the ones behind it I believe. I think its a redo of the Golden Audio Channel.





Yes it certainly mirrors the GAC almost exactly. Another version of it effectively. In a strange way it may have been the Kjaerhus connection that has stopped Cakewalk in the past from updating the plug to a native x64 version (as of 8.3.1 at least). The developer had some long term problems and was not available for a long time. Kjaerhus did a recent group buy so maybe the new Sonar update /upgrade has an updated version of the VC-64. Hopefully anyway.
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Re:(NEW from Sonar) PX 64 Percussion Strip 2009/09/02 04:09:22 (permalink)
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