Pristine Space works fine when inserted after Hauptwerk 64 bit synth in Sonar Pro 8 64 bit using Vista 64 bit. However Sonar becomes unresponsive (locked) when PS is inserted after the synth in Sonar using Windows 7 64 bit. Sonar will work during a session if PS is inserted before the synth then moved after the synth. However, sonar will lock if the session is re-opened. I must reboot to get Sonar to open again if it locks.
Why would I need jbridge to get Pristine Space to work when Perfect Space works just fine in a 64 bit environment?
For others information, these applications work MUCH faster in Windows 7 64 than Vista 64 using the same 64 bit computer.
An unrelated question, either PS ameliorates frequencies below 25 Hz. Is this due to the impulse file or a PS setting I am unaware of. I have tried many impulse files
Unfortunately, Pristine Space is not guaranteed to work correctly via 32-to-64 bridge. There is nothing I can do at the moment - only a new major version release will fix this, but right now there is no release date set for a new major version.
Pristine Space does not apply any kind of filtering on its own (if EQ envelope is turned off), so if you see a lack of content below 25 Hz, it's not produced by Pristine Space - it may be due to impulse response or another plug-in.
Also what's the Hi Pass set at?
I will buy another IR-convolution VST that are in x64 instead.
I'm very sorry Aleksey, I like overall your products. I don't understand why you wont update Pristine Space to x64?
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