Reflektor

Discussion in 'STUDIO FX' started by Auggybendoggy, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. Auggybendoggy

    Auggybendoggy New Member

    Messages:
    4
    I'm using XP64 and can't seem to get reflektor into Guitar rig while in Cubase se3.

    It's odd because if I run the stand along G-rig, Reflektor is present and can be used. However, if I close it, start up Cubase se3, load in G-rig, everything works but Reflektor is not present.

    I would think if it's not XP64 bit compatible, then it wouldn't run in the stand alone version either.

    Any thoughts?
     
  2. Brotwurst

    Brotwurst Forum Member

    Messages:
    178
    I'd assume your VST version is an elder one than your standalone.
    Check for the version#s in the "About..." screen...
     
  3. Auggybendoggy

    Auggybendoggy New Member

    Messages:
    4
    Brot,
    Thanks I'll check on that.

    I did see one other stranger behavior. When I first installed guitar rig, it was in demo mode because I didn't activate it. Reflektor and little reflektor were useable as demos in Cubase in xp64.

    Once I activated, it's GONE!

    wierd.
     
  4. Auggybendoggy

    Auggybendoggy New Member

    Messages:
    4
    Everything seems to work well when in demo mode.

    I installed Cubase into the 64bit folder (programs). I then installed GRig with the 64bit driver.

    Cubase was able to load Grig and Reflektor is there SO LONG AS G-RIG IS NOT AUTHROIZED.

    I loaded an instance of Reflektor into Grig, used a aux send, and it works just fine.

    I'll email support and let them know.

    Seems like they could look at it a bit and with just a bit of effort make it XP 64 compatible.

    Aug
     
  5. Brotwurst

    Brotwurst Forum Member

    Messages:
    178
    I see, you'll have to install and activate Reflektor as well.
     
  6. Auggybendoggy

    Auggybendoggy New Member

    Messages:
    4
    Brot,
    I'm not sure that's right. Once authorized the demo version of Reflektor does not show up at all after installing Reflektor. So I have doubts that if purchased a XP64 user would be able to use it - at least as a VST.