bcarwell wrote: And I sprinkled the Miroslav.dll in several places including the x86 and 64 bit Program Files directories.
That's not a good idea. Unsprinkle.
Some 32-bit .dll files will show up in Cubase 64-bit; others will not. What I would do is:
1) Put the .dll file in ONE 32-bit dir. NOT a 64-bit dir.
2) See if it will load in Cubase 32-bit (make sure that Cubase is pointing to the dir which houses the Miroslav.dll)
2a) Yes? Move on to #3
2b) No? Uninstall the Miroslav library, then reinstall
3) If it loads in Cubase 32-bit, launch Cubase 64-bit, and make sure that Cubase is pointing to that 32-bit dir. which houses the Miroslav.dll
If it does not load, you can try jBridge - I have had great success with jB, and others have as well.