Never used Studio One before and we do have support for a reason. Xab got his issue done in 10 minutes. Chris Carter even faster, we do our best to take care of our customers issues.
Yep, I use 64-bit Studio One 2 Pro. I haven't had a problem with any crashes when using T-RackS 3 (Black 76 and White 2A are my goto compressors for EVERYTHING.) Please make sure you have the latest version of both T-RackS (3.5.1) and Studio One Pro (2.0.5). If you continue to have problems, contact IK Tech Support. Our Tech Support team is proficient with Studio One 2 Pro, and can troubleshoot any problems you are having.
It's installed to the default folder C:\Program Files (x86)\IK Multimedia\T-RackS 3 for the main program, and I have the 64-bit plugin extensions in C:\VstPlugins64, which is the folder I have designated for all 64-bit plugins to go. Studio One 2 x64 uses this as the default VstPlugins folder. If you installed the 32-bit TRackS 3 DLLs into your 64-bit folder, this could be what is causing your crashes. Try reinstalling T-RackS 3 Deluxe 3.5.1 and pay close attention to the VST plugins installation folders during setup. There will be one for 32-bit plugins and one for 64-bit plugins. Also make sure your x64 Studio One 2 default VST plugins folder is the same one your x64 T-RackS 3 plugins went into.
Last edited by Brian @IK Multimedia; 04-21-2012 at 03:19 PM.
This is important to note: C:/VstPlugins64 is a folder of my own creation. You can name your 64-bit VstPlugins folder whatever you want, and put it anywhere. What is important is that you keep this folder separate from your regular 32-bit VstPlugins folder, and that you select it as your default VstPlugins folder for any 64-bit DAW software in the software audio setup/preferences.
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