When I add the new Elephant 3.2 in Soundforge 9 the program just disappears/crashes.
But it runs great in Cubase 4.
SoundForge 9 is the latest version and it is supposed to be multichannel - at least it does surround. SF9 runs all my other VST plugs OK.
I will miss not having Elephant in SoundForge as that's where I do final mastering. At least it works in Cubase 4.
You make great stuff Aleksey. For the price and sonic quality I have nothing to complain about. I'm glad to have such great tools.
Also, here is a possible solution from the Q&A. It seems that even the latest version of SF has problems. Please note that your other plug-ins that work fine are most probably not multi-channel capable plug-ins and so they work fine. I can also refund your order if you dislike this situation.
Q19. I'm having problems running the latest generation of Voxengo audio plug-ins that are multi-channel capable. I'm trying to use them in Sound Forge 9.
It came to our attention that Sound Forge 9 still has problems with multi-channel plug-in handling. However, one of our users has reported that this problem can be resolved by instantiating plug-in in SF9's built-in "plug-in chainer".
Hi Michael, hi Aleksey!
Elephant 3.2 does not crash at all on my SF 9e. Neither as single direct FX or plug-in chainer.
BTW, I have problems with latency. VU-Meters show peaks before I hear them. This happens with all Voxengo plug having metering system. I am new to SF, so I have to check if there is some specific option to compensate latency.
UPDATE: This problem appears with all plugins. It is not Voxengo specific... sorry. I have to investigate on how to compensate latency on VST side in SoundForge.
Andrea, thanks for that tip. I'll have to check my version and see if it's 'e'.
I can live with latency but crashing ...
If it works, or doesn't, I'll post results here.
Yes, it works with SF 9e!
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