Installing VST question

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Jagwah
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Post 26 May 2020

Usually this process has been pretty simple but I found an analyzer plug in that isn't as straight forward to install as I have found previously.

I want to get 'Signalizer' installed, it's a great free plug in found here:
https://bitbucket.org/Mayae/signalizer/downloads/

( I have the latest Windows version 3.2 from that link)

Instead of there being one xx.dll file there is two 'debug' folders - one is x64 the other x86, and these both contain xx.dll files, so there's two already.

Then there is a folder called 'Release 0.3.2' which contains two xx.dll files one with '64' in the file name and one with '86' in the file name.


I am only guessing what to do with these could someone please clarify exactly what I need to do here, many thanks!!

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Post 26 May 2020

In the release folder there is the version of the vst you most likely want. x86 for 32bit and x64 for 64bit.
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Post 27 May 2020

jam-s wrote:
26 May 2020
In the release folder there is the version of the vst you most likely want. x86 for 32bit and x64 for 64bit.
Thanks I added the 64bit one to the VST folder but after loading it in the rack when I try and open it I get this error message:


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Post 28 May 2020

I think, you have to put the other files (except the 32-bit dll) and folders from the release folder there as well.
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Post 29 May 2020

jam-s wrote:
28 May 2020
I think, you have to put the other files (except the 32-bit dll) and folders from the release folder there as well.
Hi thanks but I still get the error after trying that and when the device opens after the error message I also get this prompt on the VST:


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Post 29 May 2020

For me it's working fine. I just put the whole release folder in my VST64 folder and renamed it to Signalizer to keep things organised.
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Post 20 Jun 2020

jam-s wrote:
29 May 2020
For me it's working fine. I just put the whole release folder in my VST64 folder and renamed it to Signalizer to keep things organised.
Thanks for trying it out, I didn't have any luck with this and may try again soon and will open this thread back up, thanks for your help so far.

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