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Andronoid
post Jan 24 2022, 09:03 AM
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I wonder if we can hope for VST3, because last week Cubase announced that they will no longer support VST2? huh.gif
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post May 14 2022, 01:21 PM
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Hello, I"m thinking about the VIP Bundle and came here to ask if Plug And Mix is still a viable developer? I haven't seen any updates in years and very few responses in this forum.

Does Plug And Mix still have a developer? Are there any updates planned?

Thanks!
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post May 14 2022, 01:23 PM
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Hello, I'm thinking about the VIP Bundle and came here to ask if Plug And Mix is still a viable developer? I haven't seen any updates in years and very few responses in this forum.

Does Plug And Mix still have a developer? Are there any updates planned?

Thanks!
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post Jul 8 2023, 11:59 PM
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I am also hoping for an update and VST3 release in the future for Plug and Mix's products. I just bought the VIP bundle (on sale right now through audioplugindeals) and from what I've demoed so far, I actually really like the plugins! But as OP mentioned VST2.4 and older will be phased out at some point, I presume starting with Steinberg's software -- here's the official support page from them about dropping VST2 support: https://helpcenter.steinberg.de/hc/en-us/ar...-2-Discontinued

No set date is given, except a timeline of "within the next 24 months" - which would be Q1 2024, which I assume is when we'll see Cubase/Nuendo 13 released, and VST2-free.

Personally, I still have plenty of plugins that I use that are VST2.4... I patch everything through Blue Cat's Patchwork (a chainer plugin by Blue Cat Audio) so I'm hoping going VST3-only won't disrupt my workflow in Cubase, since I can just host VST2s inside a VST3 Patchwork... but still, Plug and Mix/Plugivery needs to make sure their products get updated before modern DAWs render them unusable. Most people aren't going to buy a $99 plugin just so they can keep using their VST2s, surely.

There are some other vendors that I really hope will get around to updating their stuff, such as Ohm Force, SONiVOX, AIR Music Tech with their legacy plugins... some of those I mentioned really need a hero. But hopefully Plug and Mix will come through!
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