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Windows 7: VST bit bridge for foobar2000

21 Oct 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
VST bit bridge for foobar2000

Good day folks. I wasn't quite sure whether to put this here or in the Software forum, so if it needs to be moved that is okay.

I've used Foobar for several years and have accumulated many VST plugins along the way. Since moving from XP to Windows 7 x64 several of the vst plugins have ceased to function. I spent almost 3 hours searching the forums at hydrogenaudio.org, found links to download what I need, but all the links are dead. It was suggested to use a Winamp DSP Bridge, but I've failed to get it to install.

I'm confident there's a work around for this problem and I think there are some sharp Foobar users here. If anyone has a suggestion on how to deal with this 32/64 bit snafu, I'd be grateful.

Thanks in advance.

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21 Oct 2011   #2

Windows 7, 64 bit Home SP1, Win 8.1.1 Pro 64 bit

I use Sonar and it has a bitbridge to allow older 32 bit VST's (most of them) to work with Sonar 64 bit. Your best bet is to post on the gearslutz forum and see if someone there can help. Gearslutz.com
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