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Sugar Bytes TransVST VST to AAX Wrapper

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vst to aax wrapper
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Sugar Bytes TransVST VST to AAX Wrapper

TransVST is a plugin wrapper, which transforms VST plugins into AAX Plugins.

With TransVST, you can use VST Plugins in Pro Tools 10 and higher.

TransVST runs as a standalone program which offers a luxurious plugin management and integrates any VST plugin in Pro Tools, so that it can be used as a normal AAX plugin. TransVST is already 64bit compatible and so it´s ready for future Pro Tools versions. Furthermore, TransVST supports creative plugin functions like Midi Out, Sidechaining and Multi Outputs.

TransVST has just been released for Mac and PC and costs €69/$89

Features at a glance:

Multi Output for Effects and Instruments
Multi Input for Effects (Sidechaining)
Midi Output
AudioSuite support
FXB/FXP Preset Import
Stereo to Mono
VST Shell support
64bit ready

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bought it, crashes pthdx10, gui very glitchy, none of my native plugs work
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Working here with Pro Tools 10.3.2 (Native) running under Mac OS X 10.8.2
Tested several Ignite Amps, LePou, MeldaProduction, Sonimus and ToneBoosters VSTs.
CPU usage for the wrapped VST is slightly higher than native VST.
Presets are working correctly.
No problems so far.
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Working with PT HDX latest vs - ML latest version.
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I am so stoked about this. Finally! Here's hoping it does what it says on the tin. If so, I am buying it today.
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Working with PT HDX latest vs - ML latest version.
could you pls tell which vst you got to run? any gui faults? no crashes?!
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Sugar Bytes Release a VST to AXX Wrapper for Pro Tools 10 Native

TransVST is a plugin wrapper, which transforms VST plugins into AAX Plugins.

With TransVST, you can use VST Plugins in Pro Tools 10 and higher.

TransVST runs as a standalone program which offers a luxurious plugin management and integrates any VST plugin in Pro Tools, so that it can be used as a normal AAX plugin. TransVST is already 64bit compatible and so it´s ready for future Pro Tools versions. Furthermore, TransVST supports creative plugin functions like Midi Out, Sidechaining and Multi Outputs.

TransVST has just been released for Mac and PC and costs €69,- / $89,-.

Features at a glance:

Multi Output for Effects and Instruments
Multi Input for Effects (Sidechaining)
Midi Output
AudioSuite support
FXB/FXP Preset Import
Stereo to Mono
VST Shell support
64bit ready

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Oh my.... Must try this out!
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It's not on Sugar Bytes site
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Word on the web is they had to cancel the release "for now." Or at least that's what I read on another forum from a user who received an email directly from Sugarbytes. I wonder if they received a cease and desist from either Avid or FXpansion? It is kind of curious that despite the (I would imagine) high demand for such a product, no one has stepped up until now.
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Word on the web is they had to cancel the release "for now." Or at least that's what I read on another forum from a user who received an email directly from Sugarbytes. I wonder if they received a cease and desist from either Avid or FXpansion? It is kind of curious that despite the (I would imagine) high demand for such a product, no one has stepped up until now.
Developers using/promoting the wrapper instead of compiling an AAX version wouldn't be very good news for Avid, I hope it's not directly related!
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Developers using/promoting the wrapper instead of compiling an AAX version wouldn't be very good news for Avid, I hope it's not directly related!
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Honestly, at this point I would settle for a fresh version of a VST-RTAS wrapper, one that has been updated within the last 5 years
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I am sure AVID is behind this.

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Dammit! I should've bought it last night! Lol

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Some more info here

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I hope it's a bug thing!
Anyone kind enough to share the demo installer?
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Anyone kind enough to share the demo installer?
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There never was a Demo of this ...


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There never was a Demo of this ...
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Ah...
Two bad news in a row!
Let's just hope they're ironing out the last bugs then...
Thanks for the info anyway Gemylon!
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Sugar Bytes TransVST Removed From Sale
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 9:44PM | Source: Pro Tools Expert

No sooner had the cool Sugar Bytes TransVST been launched than it was pulled. We have a statement from Avid who day.

"Sugar Bytes are outstanding developers who are bringing great-sounding plug-ins to market including AAX plug-ins. The Avid plug-in developer agreement that developers sign is for plug-ins that can be used with Pro Tools and other Avid products. Other types of products, like the wrapper, require our specific permission, as we granted in the case of FXpansion. We maintain this permission step in our efforts to ensure a quality experience on our audio platform and to carefully consider the effects of these exceptions on customers and developers. We appreciate Sugar Bytes"

We look forward to a speedy resolution.
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Sugar Bytes TransVST Removed From Sale
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 9:44PM | Source: Pro Tools Expert

No sooner had the cool Sugar Bytes TransVST been launched than it was pulled. We have a statement from Avid who day.

"Sugar Bytes are outstanding developers who are bringing great-sounding plug-ins to market including AAX plug-ins. The Avid plug-in developer agreement that developers sign is for plug-ins that can be used with Pro Tools and other Avid products. Other types of products, like the wrapper, require our specific permission, as we granted in the case of FXpansion. We maintain this permission step in our efforts to ensure a quality experience on our audio platform and to carefully consider the effects of these exceptions on customers and developers. We appreciate Sugar Bytes"

We look forward to a speedy resolution.
At least it's clear now it is Avid and it's a money matter...
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They just keep screwing up. Stupid avid...

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The same BS as always. Keep actively pursuing an agenda that is in direct opposition to your customer's Avid, because that strategy has worked so well for your stock price over the last 2 years.
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Prob.just temporary.
Was working earlier today.

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Let's just sit back and enjoy the shit storm AVID have organized for themselves.
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