If you put your details in your sig it'll be easier for people to give relevant answers. Are you running 64-bit or 32-bit Cubase Elements? Assuming S-YXG50 is a 32-bit plugin, you'll have problems hosting it in 64-bit Cubase, especially if it's using a VST version older than 2.4 (you can find this in the plug-in information window).mosis wrote:I'm running Windows 8 64 bit
Thanks, it's the little "thumbs up" icon ....mosis wrote:Do you know how I 'thank' you for your posts? I can see that you've been 'thanked' by others, but I can't work out how to do it myself
I seriously doubt this, as it appears to have been discontinued nearly 10 years ago.mosis wrote:I think the S-YXG50 must be a 64 bit plug in
64-bit Cubase can "bridge" 32-bit plugins (but not very well, especially if the plugin was not developed with the VST 2.4 version of the SDK (software development kit). I also suspect you have the 32-bit version of VSTHost installed (vsthostx86) which will "see" 32-bit plugins without any problem.mosis wrote:it runs fine in Cubase Elements 7, and in VSTHost
In Cubase, in the Devices menu, select Plug-in Information. Look in the SDK column to find out what version S-YXG50 uses.mosis wrote:Where is the plug-in information window?
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