64bit audio plug-ins?

megabit wrote on 10/31/2012, 10:06 AM
Where do I get the 64bit version of Noise Reduction 2.0 and other audio FX'es, compatible with Vegas Pro 12?

I do have them working, but only with Sound Forge and Vegas Pro (32bit)...

TIA

Piotr

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ScheffFrog wrote on 10/31/2012, 10:23 AM
Bad news bear... there will be no 64 bit Noise Reduction 2.0. It was one of Sony's blunders in not continuing to support what many of us paid a pretty dollar for.

How sad...
megabit wrote on 10/31/2012, 10:29 AM
You sure of that?

During the last Webinar, the new 64bit version of audio plug-ins were explicitly mentioned...

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ScheffFrog wrote on 10/31/2012, 3:11 PM
I was WRONG! Ouch.

I have been wanting a 64 bit of Noise Reduction 2.0 since Vegas went 64 bit. They have finally done it.

Sorry folks... BUT HAPPY DAYS are here again. I love that software.

Ribbit...
kcbsmp wrote on 10/31/2012, 3:49 PM
I'm glad they've chosen to support it, but has anyone figured out where to actually get the compatible plug-in?

I just downloaded Noise Reduction 2.0 version k, but it's still not showing up in Vegas 12.
Grazie wrote on 10/31/2012, 4:50 PM
Showing up here. AND acoustic Mirrors! Yummy!

G

Liam_Vegas wrote on 11/10/2012, 7:49 PM
Which version of NR 2.0 are you running Grazie? I've also installed 2.0k and I don't see the plugin within Vegas 12.
wwaag wrote on 11/10/2012, 8:09 PM
I believe you have to download the latest version of Sound Forge-10d.. From the release notes:

Notable fixes/changes in Version 10.0d

Updated Noise Reduction, Acoustic Mirror, Wave Hammer, and élastique Timestretch for 64-bit compatibility when used with Vegas Pro 12.0.

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NickHope wrote on 11/10/2012, 11:40 PM
Let me just get this straight....

I'm using Sound Forge 9 and Vegas Pro 10. Both 32-bit. Some of my existing Vegas Pro projects include Wave Hammer and Elastique (but not NR or Acoustic Mirror). When I upgrade to Vegas Pro 12, am I going to have to upgrade my Sound Forge to 10 too, in order to get the Wave Hammer and Elastique plugins to work in Vegas Pro 12?
megabit wrote on 11/11/2012, 3:28 AM
Looks like it - only when I upgraded my SF 10 to the newest build did those plug-ins show in my x64 VP 11 and VP 12...

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diverG wrote on 11/11/2012, 2:46 PM
I would agree that the NR now shows in VP11 & 12, but it does not appear to unction within VP. It does however work correctly within SF.

If you have it working with VP12 can I trouble you for simple instructions in applying it. I seem to remember using NR with I think VP10. After capturing noiseprint R.Clk in space to right of FX(but within fx) and 'select all'.. This does not work with new NR fx
Thanks

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PeterWright wrote on 11/11/2012, 6:42 PM
I also have SF9, and I see that to upgrade to SF10 would cost $239, about $100 more than the recent Vegas Upgrade. Hello - Marketing?

videoITguy wrote on 11/11/2012, 9:45 PM
Also be looking at the sharp marketing minds as they try to sell you the new SCS VegasPro Suite coming up including SoundForge of course!
NickHope wrote on 11/11/2012, 10:47 PM
I'm surprised that Elastique wouldn't work in VP12 as SCS boasted in earlier versions about Elastique being a feature of Vegas without any mention of the need for Sound Forge too.

So when is Sound Forge 11 likely to be out?
Liam_Vegas wrote on 11/12/2012, 1:37 PM
So this is very confusing. I have NR 2.0. Do I need to buy Sound Forger to get NR2.0 in 64 bit? Where does it say that?

And... by the way... I guess after all this time... I wouldn't actually mind a modest upgrade charge to get NR 2.0<64 bit>.
TeetimeNC wrote on 11/12/2012, 3:30 PM
>And... by the way... I guess after all this time... I wouldn't actually mind a modest upgrade charge to get NR 2.0<64 bit>.

Same here, but I will resent having to buy SF to upgrade my NR2.0. In fact, out of stubbornness I'll buy something else ;-).

/jerry
ChristoC wrote on 11/12/2012, 4:10 PM
This is just a hunch, which I can't test because I do already have latest version of SF installed and registered - I'm thinking just installing latest SF10 will update the plugins for use with VP12, with no need to purchase SF10.
Worth a try - let us know whether that works.
cityanimal wrote on 11/13/2012, 8:46 PM
Installing the trial version of SF 10 allows my VP 12 to utilize the Noise Reduction plug-in (which I had purchased several years ago)
I'm not sure yet though, if this will be the case once the trial expires or is removed from my computer. I'm hoping that Noise Reduction will continue to be available to my VP 12 from now on and will report back once I've tested this thoroughly.