Views:
Question The plug-ins are not showing up in my 64-bit audio host application. What's wrong Answer The 64-bit TC Near software contains 64-bit driver binaries to support 64-bit Windows and Mac operating systems but the plug-in binaries are 32-bit only. This means, when using a 64-bit audio host application, bridging is necessary in order to be able to load 32-bit plug-ins. For example, some hosts offer a built-in bridge for running 32-bit plug-ins (older versions of Logic, Cubase, Cakewalk) but the more recent version don't and you have to use a third party bridge i.e. jBridge.