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post Sep 13 2008, 01:56 AM
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I'm having trouble getting Reaper to recognize Ezdrummer when scanning for plugins.

Sonar 7 (64bit) is finding it just fine.

Reaper has found other VSTs. The cakewalk ones that come with Sonar. And the ezdrummer.dll is in the same folder...

I'm wondering if its a compatibility issue with Reaper 64....





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post Sep 13 2008, 11:26 AM
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Possibly.. Have you checked with Toontrack support service yet?


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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Sep 13 2008, 05:26 AM) *
Possibly.. Have you checked with Toontrack support service yet?


I got response on the Reaper board.

64bit Reaper doesn't work with 32bit plugins yet.

I hadn't tried Toontrack yet since it was working fine in Sonar. Seemed like a Reaper issue.



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post Sep 14 2008, 07:31 PM
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Can you use 32bit Reaper? I'm sure 3GB of RAM will be enough for some home-sized projects..


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I could use 32 bit yeah.

You know, shiny new 64bit Windows, 64 bit processor, I'd like to have it all running in 64bit.

Even though itlikely wont make any difference..... wink.gif



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post Sep 15 2008, 12:05 AM
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QUOTE (jer @ Sep 14 2008, 09:00 PM) *
I could use 32 bit yeah.

You know, shiny new 64bit Windows, 64 bit processor, I'd like to have it all running in 64bit.

Even though itlikely wont make any difference..... wink.gif


Yeah I know how you feel smile.gif I also installed 64bit win to match my new processor...I than I discovered that so many things don't work sad.gif
I got back to good old 32bit smile.gif

Just install old Repaer and enjoy your VSTs

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QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ Sep 14 2008, 06:05 PM) *
Yeah I know how you feel smile.gif I also installed 64bit win to match my new processor...I than I discovered that so many things don't work sad.gif
I got back to good old 32bit smile.gif

Just install old Repaer and enjoy your VSTs


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post Sep 15 2008, 02:48 PM
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One more reason for XP or 32bit systems.. THey still haven't done the transition... sad.gif


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64 bit has to happen soon - when I wonder? I'm planning on a new PC in a few months - everything will be 64 bit, but it looks like I will have to settle for 32 bit reaper until this gets sorted out ... and as others have pointed out, its really only the extra memory abilities that are worth upgrading for, although in theory 64 bit will run faster as well as the calculations in the audio engine should run quicker.

Still, its frustrating though smile.gif


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QUOTE (Andrew Cockburn @ Sep 15 2008, 10:00 PM) *
64 bit has to happen soon - when I wonder? I'm planning on a new PC in a few months - everything will be 64 bit, but it looks like I will have to settle for 32 bit reaper until this gets sorted out ... and as others have pointed out, its really only the extra memory abilities that are worth upgrading for, although in theory 64 bit will run faster as well as the calculations in the audio engine should run quicker.

Still, its frustrating though smile.gif


Especially when lots of good audio software doesn't get updated that often sad.gif


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Probably in a year or so everything will go to 64bit. I'm planning to make a transition soon, but have to be completely sure that all the software works, because there's no point crossing otherwise.

One more interesting thing to consider... 32bit system is not as RAM demanding as 64bit. So if you put 32bit with 3GB RAM, and 64bit with 4GB RAM, they will pretty much be equal in terms of what is left for non-system apps, 64bit being in just a slight advantage. So the true value of 64bit will come only with machines above 4GB RAM, possibly 6 or 8.

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Good point - I will probably go straight to 8Gb when I buy my new machine smile.gif


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QUOTE
Probably in a year or so everything will go to 64bit.


[sarcasm]Uh huh.... We've heard that before. [/sarcasm]

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QUOTE (jer @ Sep 16 2008, 02:46 AM) *
[sarcasm]Uh huh.... We've heard that before. [/sarcasm]

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