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elvele says

6 comes with 64bit and 32 bit versions. I’ve only installed 64bit and it works like a dream. Never crashed so far. Also had no problem upgrading from win xp pro to windows 7.

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DavidAdeyemi says

6 comes with 64bit and 32 bit versions. I’ve only installed 64bit and it works like a dream. Never crashed so far. Also had no problem upgrading from win xp pro to windows 7.

Thats very encouraging. I hear JBridge works well. What are your experiences using 32bit plugins in Cubase 6×64?

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jhunger says

Finally got mine a few days ago and I’m up and running (temporarily in 32 bit whilst I sort through my existing plugs).

There is a lot of stuff to play with. I’ve messed with a few of the stock plugins (REVerence, which seems decent and the new vocal stuff, which will probably allow me to postpone getting Melodyne for a bit). I’m also coming from the Studio version so there are things in the full version I haven’t seen yet – I think I need to get a book and just go through each feature :).

Yep, it seems pretty good especially considering the upgrade price from Steinberg.

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