Great - that it worked !!! Again more time making music...
On the 32/64-Bit Plug-In topic I found out via the telephone hotline in Germany
that it is a good way creating the following folder structure:
Cubase 64-Bit: C:\Program Files\Steinberg\Cubase 5
64-Bit-Plug-Ins: C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VSTPlugins
32-Bit-Plug-Ins: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steinberg\VSTPlugins
In Cubase 5 64-Bit pointing to these plug-in folders in the Cubase Plug-Ins Manager.
In Ableton Live (I guess) you could also point to these folders. But I am not sure
as I have not installed Ableton on the 64-Bit Platform yet. But it should not harm
your Cubase installation in this way.
As you can see above - it is recommended NOT to put/install any 3rd Party plug-ins
directly inside the Cubase 5\VSTPlugins folder - as this COULD cause problems.
BUT you should create your own VSTPlugins folder on the same directory-level
as the Cubase 5 folder.
Again it is recommended to CREATE a separate folder for every plug-in/Vendor you
might install. Not every vendor automatically creates such a folder so you could do
it by hand during installation of a new plug-in - or maybe .. some vendors are reading this ....
I am currently on Cubase 5.5.0 64-Bit running also some 32-Bit (internally bridged)
Plug-Ins besides all Spectrasonics Instruments and other 64-Bit Plug-Ins without any
trouble. Stable and very fast.
Hope this helps again - cheers Oliver.