Discussions about VST Instruments and VST plug-ins from other manufacturers
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Hello, just joined the forum. I installed by mistake the 32 bit A.N.A Vst in Cubase Elements 9.5 (64 bit), and now it got blacklisted. I now, that I need to install 64 bit version of Vst. But how to remove the blacklist and the A.N.A itself ? Thanks in advance, for help.
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I think you can just leave the 32-bit version alone, let it live on the blacklist. When you install the 64-bit version, Cubase should pick it up and you can use it. You may have to rescan the plugin list using plugin manager (or by restarting Cubase). In Windows, the 32-bit plugins go in a different directory from the 64-bit versions, and the plugin installers normally adhere to this convention; "Program Files (x86)\" is in the path for 32-bit, "Program Files\" is in the path for 64-bit.
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