Live 9 VST 3 support

Does Live 9 support VST3 Plugins?

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Knattertony 2 years ago | 1 comment

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  • akafurious
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    It currently does not support VST3, I hope they add VST3 support as a incremental update for Live 9.

    2 years ago | 1 comment
  • SoniqLab Music
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    They are going to have to adopt VST3 very soon, as Steinberg the creators of VST2 will stop the SDK for VST 2 and will be made unavailable by the end of this year.

    Hooray, hurry hurry do it!! ... because I have Yamaha hardware with VST3 interface software, and I hate Cubase!!!

    BRING IT ON...LIVE WITH VST3!

    1 year ago | 1 comment
  • Neurojazz
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    Agree...  most other daws have it supported now.

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • XSIMan
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    Roland are now making VST 3 and AU only software synths of their older hardware.  SH-2 plugin comes out next week and nobody with  Ableton live running on Windows   can use it. This will push many away from Live. How hard can it be to add VST 3 support the other DAWs have it.

    7 months ago | 0 comments
  • Dan P
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    fuck this bull shit im tryina down load auto tune 8 and ableton is lame af with no help

    4 months ago | 1 comment
  • tonyd927
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    Nope, no vast support and it's already March 2015.

    1 month ago | 0 comments
  • Deep Goat
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    yes, vst3 should be supported by live, as for example all the sidechain-functions of the waves plugins only work in vst3 and au (which is not officially supported by waves). So at the moment it is not possible to use the sidechain functions of the waves plugins, which is a pitty. 

    1 year ago | 1 comment
  • Hemansu
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    Being a Cubase user over years, all i can say is, it must be very hard for Ableton to get a VST3 support permission from Steinberg. Cause Steinberg is not loyal to their genuine customers & keep asking them for huge upgrade price ! NO surprise if they doing same with Ableton & other DAW developers lol !

    8 months ago | 1 comment
  • warpniss
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    wee need vst3 supportt ableton!!! for autotune 8 an vocalign!!

    19 days ago | 0 comments
  • MidiFinger
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    Well **** no wonder why 64bit HALion 5 wouldn't work... no VST3 Support :(  

    What's up with that ?

    Padshop Pro is such a cool VST3 too, not to mention the Antares stuff... 

    VST3 multi-threaded support offers some really big advantages when working with large sample files and multiple independently side-chained effect channels.

    I hope Ableton gets their butts in gear and gets moving on this   :)

    Mach Schnell! Mach Schnell! 

    16 days ago | 0 comments
  • Dub X
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    Halion 5 is also a 32 bit VST plugin, not just VST3. Currently , I am using  both Halion 5 and halion Sonic as 32 bit VST plugins with LIVE 9.

    16 days ago | 0 comments
  • N_O_A
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    I´ve purchased waves vocal rider. It took me some time to realize it won 't work because the sidechain functionality isn't availlable with vst2.

    waves suport told me it would work with vst3 - but it would never work with Ableton-Live even if Ableton would support vst3. I don't know if he misunderstood my question. Anyway he wasn't able to tell me why...

    Can anybody tell me?

    16 days ago | 0 comments
  • derek73
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    Argh! I can't believe years hav2e gone by and this remains an issue. Goodbye, Ableton!

    1 day ago | 0 comments

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