Steven Myers wrote on 4/15/2011, 1:22 PM
If these are VST plug-ins, you will need a wrapper in order to use them with CD Architect.
Sneddy wrote on 4/26/2011, 7:28 PM
Hi Steven,

These are VST plug-ins. Could you tell me how to proceed. I'm not familiar with a wrapper.

Thanks for any help with this,
Steven Myers wrote on 4/27/2011, 6:53 AM
In this case, a "wrapper" is software that will make an app such as CD Architect run VST plug-ins, although CDA is designed to run only DirectX plug-ins.
I use the Cakewalk VST Adapter, which works fine for me in CDA under Win7. I am not sure whether Cakewalk is still selling it -- or if it will work with Waves plugs. But the page is still there:
Weka wrote on 4/29/2011, 10:23 AM
Tip: Should you know a Sonar user, this wrapper came free with version 3 or 4. I'm using this to run Waves under XP.
Steven Myers wrote on 4/30/2011, 10:28 AM
Good suggestion, Weka. I have almost all versions from Pro Audio 4 through SONAR X and couldn't remember how everything worked after Cakewalk bought the wrapper from Kirill. At some point, it became an integral part of the SONAR product, I think.
Can the bundled wrapper be installed without installing S 3 or 4? If so, I wasted money buying it separately. Oh well.
Weka wrote on 4/30/2011, 4:09 PM
Sorry, but yes it can.
Weka wrote on 5/12/2011, 10:56 AM
Just a note: If you use the Sonar 4 wrapper and it fails to work as expected under Win 7, go to the Cakewalk site and hunt for the update plug. I've just moved to 64 bit and have the wrapper working fine (unexpectedly).