Let me first say SORRY !!! for my mail explosion. It realy hits the wrong one here. I mean, instead of URS, UAD and Waves, who dont care about 64bit til today, your efforts in keeping your plugins up to date and to make them understandable for most people are realy astonishing and should be exemplary for the other ones. Especialy for this low price. You must know, that unfortunately majortom was the last straw. Maybe the mail would have been better adressed to Steinberg or Microsoft. I don`t know who of them is responsible for all the 64bit bugs. And i dont know how much the plugin developers realy can do within this maze, so … sorry sory sorry !
i tested both 64bit plugins before buying majortom (i still owned rocket), but not with my biggest Project of course. The little Project, in which both function well, contains the same VSTis as the big ones. The RAM was at 16% and the CPU (2,8 Core2Duo) at 5 percent (with yours and some other plugins). After loading my big project with 80% used RAM and 40% CPU usage and then loading majortom64, a window appears which has the dimensions of the Plugin, but instead of the GUI it contains the part of the former dektop surface, that it was opened above. And then my Mouse-arrow shows “working” for a long while, and when i click around the Computer crashes instantly. If i wait, it calms down, the GUI is still away, but i can remove the plugin and keep on working. To go shure, that it has nothing to do with Cubase peachy 32bit-bridge, i loaded the same 32bit plugins before majortom in the little fine project as i did in the big crashy one - everything o.k. ! The reason must be in the RAM Usage. Why should it have something to do with CPU ? I will test out the RAM usage stepwise to go shure.
Congrats to Bombardier ! Its awesome, just a bit too much limiting/leveling character for orchestral music, even in feedback mode (Thats why i prefered majortom.). But a perfect completion to your product line. By the way: i belong to the Reaperians, who advised you to make the 1973-Mid-Q wider. Well done !
Oh! I remember something: The little test-project was in 16bit, and the Big one in 32bit ffp. mhmh. I will check this out tomorrow.