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UAD Plugins 64-bit (When ?)

Any feedback or clue when UAD Plug-ins will go 64-bit ?

Being such a popular line, but still 32-bit is kind of a bummer.

Hopefully they will do what's needed to go 64-bit.
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Think I heard something about the next update will be including 64 bit support for WINTEL OS and it won't be long before the release.

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Let's hope that happens soon ! They have surely taken their time so far.
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You probably know this already, but the hardware drivers are 64 bit. The SHARC chips are only 32 bit, so what will be ported to 64 bit are the GUIs. The plugs work now but under a bit bridge. I am not sure but I think the GUIs being 64 bit will eliminate the need for the bridge.

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UAD-3 or a native solution? I was hoping that UAD would have gone 64-bit by now too. I am in a trial-native state moving towards native myself. I recently talked to an industry insider that mentioned UAD and Avid collaborating on something to reduce latency on PT systems, not sure this is true. I couldn't get any more info than that. That was about a month ago when I was told this and other than this, who really knows?
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I really don't understand why uad must go 64 bit?

It works in 32 bit mode in a 64 daw and OS I'm currently using it in cubase 64 bit.

They have there own RAM ,processor,so please explain how would 64 bit help?

It won't make the dsp cards,will it?
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I really don't understand why uad must go 64 bit?

It works in 32 bit mode in a 64 daw and OS I'm currently using it in cubase 64 bit.

They have there own RAM ,processor,so please explain how would 64 bit help?

It won't make the dsp cards,will it?
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UAD1 cards will not work on 64 bit computers. I guess this is to encourage an upgrade.
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It works in 32 bit mode in a 64 daw and OS I'm currently using it in cubase 64 bit.

I'm mixing a session full of 64 bit vst-i's today and was really hoping to be able to use either duende classic or UAD-2 but they both seem not to work in cubase 64 bit on win 7 64 bit.

The UAD plugs appear in cubase 32 bit but not my vsti's like play as they are 64 bit ...

How can I get UAD-2 or Duende classic to work in my 64 bit daw and os ?
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I really don't understand why uad must go 64 bit?

It works in 32 bit mode in a 64 daw and OS I'm currently using it in cubase 64 bit.

They have there own RAM ,processor,so please explain how would 64 bit help?

It won't make the dsp cards,will it?
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Well if you were a logic user you would find that you can only have 1 plugin GUI on display at a time when using the 32 bit bridge, if you try to open a second plugin the first plugin GUI vanishes.....Hence a need for 64bit versions.
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I'm mixing a session full of 64 bit vst-i's today and was really hoping to be able to use either duende classic or UAD-2 but they both seem not to work in cubase 64 bit on win 7 64 bit.

The UAD plugs appear in cubase 32 bit but not my vsti's like play as they are 64 bit ...

How can I get UAD-2 or Duende classic to work in my 64 bit daw and os ?
UAD2 is working here in Win7x64 Ultimate, Cubase 6 64 bit. Have you tried the latest drivers?
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thanks for the info. I'm still on cubase 5 at the moment.
I just need any plugins to work with.
I have waves, sonnox, duende classic and uad-2 ... I heard that maybe sonnox could work with jbridge ?
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I just tried to copy the UAD "powered plugins"folder from x86 to my 64-bit cubase 5 vst-plugins folder and guess what ...
...they all appear and it works!
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Well if you were a logic user you would find that you can only have 1 plugin GUI on display at a time when using the 32 bit bridge, if you try to open a second plugin the first plugin GUI vanishes.....Hence a need for 64bit versions.
I have logic but mix in cubase,maybe that's why I switched to cubase long ago.

Uad is working fine in cubase 64 bit,that's great news right?
These vi's are working perfectly as well.64 bit is really getting there!I'm excited.

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thanks for the info. I'm still on cubase 5 at the moment.
I just need any plugins to work with.
I have waves, sonnox, duende classic and uad-2 ... I heard that maybe sonnox could work with jbridge ?
I'm still on cubase 5 too,check jbridge compatibility list.

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I really don't understand why uad must go 64 bit?
I´m not sure if you understood me right.

By "these guys" I ment guys who always comes to these threads and argue against progress. I don´t get why you guys don´t like progress? Good old times are always better? Maybe you like using the stupid Bridge I don´t know? Or maybe it´s just fun to play the devil´s advocate?
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When UAD goes 64 bit I will buy a new card. My system is 64 bit only. I don't like all that bridging, it makes the system less stable.
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I´m not sure if you understood me right.

By "these guys" I ment guys who always comes to these threads and argue against progress. I don´t get why you guys don´t like progress? Good old times are always better? Maybe you like using the stupid Bridge I don´t know? Or maybe it´s just fun to play the devil´s advocate?
You have to be patient little dude. Throwing tantrums and name calling on a forum is not going to help with that progress. Many chose to be on the cutting edge and jump in to 64bit as soon as Apple/Windows made it an option to their 32bit versions. When you do that it is always a long wait for others to comply. You should throw more tantrums about someone designing a more proper bridge because the day when all plugins are 64bit is at least 12-18 months off.
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You have to be patient little dude. Throwing tantrums and name calling on a forum is not going to help with that progress. Many chose to be on the cutting edge and jump in to 64bit as soon as Apple/Windows made it an option to their 32bit versions. When you do that it is always a long wait for others to comply. You should throw more tantrums about someone designing a more proper bridge because the day when all plugins are 64bit is at least 12-18 months off.
Maybe you should read again my post you quoted. There was no name calling of any sort. What next, I´m racist too?

It´s people like you (people who make false accusations) who make me angry.

64-bit isn´t cutting edge, it´s been here already for a long time. Only some companies are behind the times.
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I really don't understand why uad must go 64 bit?

It works in 32 bit mode in a 64 daw and OS I'm currently using it in cubase 64 bit.

They have there own RAM ,processor,so please explain how would 64 bit help?

It won't make the dsp cards,will it?
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1 - You can't use offline processng with bridged plug-ins
2 - The bridge uses extra cpu
3 - The bridge can cause instability
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1 - You can't use offline processng with bridged plug-ins
2 - The bridge uses extra cpu
3 - The bridge can cause instability
4 - The bridge is PITA to use
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Maybe you should read again my post you quoted. There was no name calling of any sort. What next, I´m racist too?

It´s people like you (people who make false accusations) who make me angry.

64-bit isn´t cutting edge, it´s been here already for a long time. Only some companies are behind the times.
Anyone can look at all of your 64bit posts on GS and tell otherwise little guy. It has not been fully implemented and adopted by all so it is still cutting edge. Patience. As someone who works in the music and post fields 64bit is never talked about. It will be when Pro Tools goes 64bit. That's when all the dominoes will fall and waves, etc will be 64bit right after. Take your campaign to the avid forums for better results
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Anyone can look at all of your 64bit posts on GS and tell otherwise little guy. It has not been fully implemented and adopted by all so it is still cutting edge. Patience. As someone who works in the music and post fields 64bit is never talked about. It will be when Pro Tools goes 64bit. That's when all the dominoes will fall and waves, etc will be 64bit right after. Take your campaign to the avid forums for better results
You are something else. First you are telling me to stop name calling, which I haven´t done, but you´re doing it all the time. How pathetic is that?

64-bit never talked about? Wow! And "Dinosaur Tools", don´t make me laugh.
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64-bit never talked about? Wow! And "Dinosaur Tools", don´t make me laugh.
Whatever you think about Pro Tools, it is ingrained in the professional recording & post fields as the standard. When it goes 64 bit the other hold outs will be right behind it. The only time I hear about 64 bit is when I visit gearslutz. We never talk about it in our facility or any other.

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Waves has said they are working on 64 bit. I would be surprised to see waves, or a number of the other major Pro Tools plug-in developers release 64 bit versions before a 64 bit Pro Tools is released. They can't afford to develop for multiple hosts while the one having the largest percentage of their users remains a moving target.

Developers who only make a few plug-ins and/or don't have many Pro Tools users as customers will continue to lead the way on 64 bit simply because they can afford to.
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UAD1 cards will not work on 64 bit computers. I guess this is to encourage an upgrade.
Mine works fine on Win764 along side my UAD-2.
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Whatever you think about Pro Tools, it is ingrained in the professional recording & post fields as the standard. When it goes 64 bit the other hold outs will be right behind it. The only time I hear about 64 bit is when I visit gearslutz. We never talk about it in our facility or any other.
If you were a composer it would be absolutely vital to you.
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Whatever you think about Pro Tools, it is ingrained in the professional recording & post fields as the standard. When it goes 64 bit the other hold outs will be right behind it. The only time I hear about 64 bit is when I visit gearslutz. We never talk about it in our facility or any other.
It's 2011...nearly every computer that's sold nowadays has a 64-bit OS...
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If you were a composer it would be absolutely vital to you.
I have been a composer for quite some time. I choose midi to audio (Logic) or freeze (Samplitude) or whatever the term is in your given DAW. When composing in Pro Tools (which i rarely do but I do love xpand2) I stack and record parts to audio pretty early on before hitting the ceiling. Then I continue. I guess it goes back to composing w/ hardware synths where voice counts caused you to commit parts.

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It's 2011...nearly every computer that's sold nowadays has a 64-bit OS...
And when the industry standard, PT, goes 64bit the rest will follow.
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