Also, I downloaded the latest installer, but the installer keeps saying it's the 2015 version?
Not sure if this is an M1 Silicon problem? They should run through Rosetta I suppose?
I can install the VST's, but Bitwig does not recognize them as being a VST.
Where does it say it's the 2015 version?
It should look something like this:
Thanks for the response.Yes that's resolved now after a restart, so the plugins are now up to date.
But I can't run them in Bitwig studio. I get this error:
com.bitwig.flt.library.metadata.reader.exception.CouldNotReadMetadataException: could not read metadata: Not a plug-in file
I can run the plugins in VCV rack for example, but all Sonic Charge give the above error in Bitwig 4.0
I'm not sure how well Bitwig handles a mix of architectures. Are you running the entire Bitwig application under Rosetta or not?
maybe try this suggestion: https://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=546757
Bitwig 4 is now M1 Native and can handle X64 and M1 together, and yes I tried that cache delete and lost all links to all my plug-ins this way. Luckily I could go back through time machine.
It's really weird. I had the Echobode running once, on it's own. Then installed through the Sonic Charge installer to upgrade and from then on all Sonic Charge VSTs stopped being recognized. I also dropped a note at Bitwig and hopefully we can find a solution.
- Jeroen Verheij wrote:
I also dropped a note at Bitwig and hopefully we can find a solution.
Thanks. We haven't had any major issues before with Bitwig. Bitwig 4 is still in beta right?
Yes it is, we're working on it. Will keep you posted.
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