32bit didn't show in live9 64 bit version

I just install Live9 ,but there's no 32 bit vst plug showed in browser....,does Live9 support 32bit plug in?

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deadhorse6666 5 years ago | 0 comments

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  • Endangered Sound
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    From the main question page:

    The link to this page is: https://www.ableton.com/en/articles/64bit-myths-facts/

     

    Can Ableton Live 64-bit load 32-bit plug-ins?

    In short, no. A 64-bit host can only handle 64-bit plug-ins.  

    This said however, it's possible to "bridge" a 32-bit plug-in with a third party tool (such as jBridge). In this case the bridge runs as an application between the plug-in and the host as kind of a translator. This makes the plug-in compatible with 64-bit hosts. 

    It is to be expected that a plug-in translated in this manner will never run as dependably as a 32-bit plug-in in a 32-bit host or a true 64-bit plug-in in a 64-bit host.

    Is Ableton developing their own 64-32-bit plug-in bridge?

    No. There no plans to implement our own 64-32-bit plug-in bridge.

    5 years ago | 0 comments
  • yameel
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    How come Ableton didn't think about that?? Lots of people won't upgrade to 9 just because of that reason. I'm one of them.

    5 years ago | 1 comment
  • scottiedo
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    Why do macs no longer ship with firewire 400 or 800?

    Why do TVs no longer have Composite inputs?

    What do I do with my old 30 pin iPhone cable?

    Technology changes.

    Live 9 comes in both 32 and 64 bit versions. You can install them simultaneously by simply renaming one. JBridge works great. Ableton has been a lot kinder than other companies; Apple, (their bridge is buggy, unstable and shitty as hell) Avid is throwing out all your old 32 and 64 bit plugins for AAX.

     

    http://www.duganaudio.com

    4 years ago | 0 comments
  • Silvertortoisepiano
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    Ever heard the phrase 'the customer is always right?' : )

    4 years ago | 1 comment
  • jacquer
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    Finaly a go back to 32 bits version

    2 years ago | 0 comments
  • acb_
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    This would be perfectly fine, if it didn't mean a stack of excellent plug-ins (i.e., reFX Vanguard, AAS Tassman) which will never get 64-bit versions, and which one is meant to either forget about (and consider oneself to not have so much bought them as rented them until 32-bit software went away), painstakingly sample note-for-note at every setting one wants for existing projects and forget about using in any other settings, or preserve an old machine with an old version of OSX and Live for running them (presumably keeping it in the same closet as one's old MacOS 9/Cubase VST setup and one's old Atari ST). In other words, it's not good enough. 

    8 months ago | 0 comments

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