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TOPIC: update for Cubase 6.5

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#57 5 years 10 months ago update for Cubase 6.5

  • galaga
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Come´s in the future an update for Hardcore Kicks VSTi 2 ,that have 64bit,
while i have cubase 6.5 64 bit and the plugin crash when i want modifieng ?
my second question was ,comes it with midilearn function ?

and thanks for the fast answer

kind regards B)
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#58 5 years 10 months ago Re: update for Cubase 6.5

Hi Galaga, tanks for using the Forum support!

Hardcore Kicks VSTi is a 32 bit native plugin. The synthesizer is developed under Synthmaker (OutSim LTD) and actually does not support Native x64 plugins export.
The entire community of the development tool is asking for x64 plugins, so maybe it is on the air. ;)

Is possible tough to run a 32bit plugin in a x64 host, like cubase x64, using a bridge. Cubase has not a native bridge inside, like fl studio, so requires to use x86 plugins in default host and x64 plugins on 64 bit host version.
There are many bridges that allow to use a x64 plugin in a x86 host and viceversa.

One of the most famous is Jbridge:

There is a fully functional demo of jBridge that stop sound after 20 minutes of loading. But is enough for testing.
With this you should be able to use all plugins 32bit native with cubase x64.

Or you can wait for the release of Hardcore Kicks VSTi 2 x64 native, but developers of programming environment does not say at all what they are doing or is on the pipeline. :(

There is no midi learn functions, but actually Hardcore Kicks VSTi 2 has Midi CC values.
Take a look of the user manual, (..\Documents\Hardcore Kicks VSTi 2\Documentation\) there is a table of MIDI CC values for Midi controllers.
Midi learn is a feature that can be implemented in next updates. But using Cubase should be easy to assign a controller parameter to a parameter of the plugin. ;)
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