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    Default Audio File Plugins - 64-bit

    Good day,

    A few years back, I took a SynthEdit plugin and re-worked it for use in SAC. I called this plugin "Single wave File Player" or SWFP for short.

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    However, this is a 32-bit plugin - so no workie in SAC 64! ... Obviously!

    As I have no real interest in purchasing the 64-bit version of SynthEdit, I opted to purchase the "vstPlayer" plugin from Mirax Labs.

    Cost is $9.99US and the plugin is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The plugin supports multiple audio formats such as WAV, AIFF, FLAC, OGG and MP3. Mirax Labs has also just recently provided an update. No issues thus far in SAC 64-bit! Have a look-see:

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    Default Re: Audio File Plugins - 64-bit

    I haven't tried the update yet. But it should be noted that if you are still running SAC on XP, this plugin will not work.
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    Default Re: Audio File Plugins - 64-bit

    Angie,
    But it should be noted that if you are still running SAC on XP, this plugin will not work.
    ... May I ask what occurs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_es335 View Post
    Angie,
    ... May I ask what occurs?
    It does not open and I believe there is an error message that appears.
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    Default Re: Audio File Plugins - 64-bit

    Angie,

    Have a look at the updated 32-bit free version and see what happens there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_es335 View Post
    Angie,

    Have a look at the updated 32-bit free version and see what happens there.
    Been through this already. There should be a thread about it here somewhere.
    The free version works just fine. The paid version does not. I was supposed to get a refund, but never got one.

    I only needed it for my traveling system which I have no plans to upgrade the OS. The studio machine has the Windows 10 OS, but I have no call for this plugin there.
    Angie Dickinson Mickle

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    Default Re: Audio File Plugins - 64-bit

    Angie,

    I had a "dependency issue" with the 32-bit version.

    The 32-bit versions require the x86 Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable, which you can obtain here ... [click_me]

    This rectified the issue for me.

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    I currently use foobar via the AES loopback on my RME RayDAT card (or Fireface USB). I have experimented with a few vst players, but foobar is far more flexible and can be accessed via foo_httpcontrol and a browser from any network remote. What would be really cool is if foobar had an output module that was a VST plugin. Then I wouldn't even have to use up the AES loopback I/O. Foobar could just output to an unused stereo channel via the plugin. Perhaps I can suggest this in the foobar forum.

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    dbarrow,

    Yes ... that would be a great feature set of foobar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_es335 View Post
    dbarrow,

    Yes ... that would be a great feature set of foobar.
    Perhaps Bob could write a native plugin that would show up as another output in Windows, so you could ust route foobar, or any other media player to that output. Then the plugin would playback the audio into a stereo channel, without taking up any of the hardware inputs. It could be a native plugin or a VST.

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