Logic Pro X and 32-bit plugins.
Jul 18th, 2013, 10:04
I have no qualms about Apple discontinuing the bit-bridge, personally but I do need to still use a few 32-bit plug-ins in the interim. For example, a few Soundtoys and Abbey Road plug-ins. I could just use Logic Pro 9 but would like to see if anyone has potentially investigated any creative solutions yet. It's easy enough to get 32-bit virtual instruments piped into Logic Pro X via various simple maneuvers but processors and effects are a different story. Without splashing money down on VEPro 5 for a temporary solution, has anyone tried MainStage 2 or Rax 3 as a virtual "effects rack" of sorts? I'm worried about processing latency. I'm going to try a few things myself but wondered if someone else may be ahead already and have found a solution.