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Cakewalk FxReverb & FxEQ

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I have many tracks where I used Cakewalk FxReverb and FxEQ which ran on 32-bit Cakewalk Sonar Platinum. They do not run on 64-bit Windows so I have kept a PC with 32-bit Windows so I can run these tracks and import wav files from my 64-bit windows Cakewalk Sonar. I seems to me that it should not be too difficult to modify these modules to run on 64-bit Windows. Has anybody tried to do that? Will anybody try? I know there are some good effects plugins for Bandlab but I would really like to keep my sound I get with the old FX plugins. Plus I could switch to 64-bit Windows on my old PC which I may need to do anyway since Microsoft is moving away from 32-bit Windows. Any Comments?

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32bit DX plug-ins only run in 32bit hosts and 64bit DX plug-ins only run in 64bit hosts.,

Some of the older Cakewalk DX plug-ing were never ported to 64bit. The DX plug-in porting project stopped well over 10 years ago.

However, 32bit SONAR and its plug-ins run on 64bit Windows.

Most users when transitioning to 64bit install a 32bit version of SONAR on their 64bit Windows PC to assist with project migration.

 

 

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Those plugins do run on 64 bit Windows within 32 bit SONAR (you'll just need to install a 32 bit version).

It's a pity CbB doesn't include a DirectX BitBridge as there are still some good 32 bit DX effects (like these) which would be nice to access, plus it would make migration easier.

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