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    Great news, Bob!
    Mike Bizanovich
    Wheeling, WV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob L View Post
    It will be all 64 bit and require 64 bit plugins.

    Bob L

    Great News Bob!

    Will it be possible to run a 64 bit and 32 bit version of Sawstudio on the same machine?

    Regards..
    RobertV

    www.shinustudios.com

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    Robert,
    Will it be possible to run a 64 bit and 32 bit version of Sawstudio on the same machine?
    ...Yes...just ensure that the applications are stored in their respective folders.

    For example, create two folders, SAWStudio_32 and SAWStudio_64 and install the respective applications in those folders. Finally rename the shortcuts to reflect those applications.

    I hope this makes sense and is helpful?

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    It's the Day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob L View Post
    I am trying to get it ready for Christmas... I will first want to duplicate everything in its current design and make sure all of that is bug free... then I can start adding features in the future.

    There will be an upgrade fee... it has taken me over a year to update the code.

    I am trying to have all the details in a few weeks on the new website and online store.

    Bob L
    Great, I getting read to buy it Bob!
    Bruce Callaway
    Broken Knee Studio

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob L View Post
    It will be all 64 bit and require 64 bit plugins.

    Bob L
    Will it be possible to use jbridge to allow use of "legacy" 32 bit plugins? I have some of those that are very important to how I work.
    Cary B. Cornett
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    I trundled along wondering...to find this welcome news.

    Good luck getting it all ready, Bob!
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    i have sonoris eq (sawstudio version V2.0) amazing Eq but i wonder Will this plugin work on a 64 bit saw ?



    thank you
    Last edited by 80bit; 11-28-2018 at 11:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80bit View Post
    i have sonoris eq (sawstudio version V2.0) amazing Eq but i wonder Will this plugin work on a 64 bit saw ?



    thank you
    Its possible that something like J-Bridge would allow 32-bit VSTs to run, but pretty sure that won't work with native plugins.

    Hopefully native plugins like Sonoris and Anwida will see a refresh to 64 bit.
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    Philip G.

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    I didn't even think about the compatibility of "legacy" SawNative plugins. Does this mean that with the 64 bit version of SS I will also have to buy new 64 bit versions of the native plugins? That could be a pretty serious obstacle to going for the update. I still need to know if jbridge will work for allowing 32 bit VSTs to work in the 64 bit version of SawStudio. I am fairly certain that my "go to" VST stuff will NOT be ported to 64 bit.
    Cary B. Cornett
    aka "Puzzler"
    www.chinesepuzzlerecording.com

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