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 1 year 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.

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • 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

    8 months 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.

    1 year ago | 1 comment
  • Silvertortoisepiano
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    Ever heard the phrase 'the customer is always right?' : )

    7 months ago | 0 comments

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