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Author Topic: How to use Analog Lab with Cubase / comment utiliser Analog Lab dans Cubase  (Read 6662 times)

Fred_38

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Hi, everybody,

I recently bought a Keylab Essential with Analog Lab. There's no problem when using Analog Lab as a standalone software, but I can't (or dont know how) to use it as a plugin in Cubase LE.
I placed the Analog Lab dll in the Cubase VST plugin folder (where I have a lot of others VST plugin), but no Analog Lab instrument apprears when using Cubase LE ...
Has anybody solved this issue ?

Thanks,

Bonjour à tous

j'ai acquis récemment un Keylab Essential avec Analog Lab 4. Je n'ai aucun problème lorsque j'utilise  Analog Lab en stand alone, par contre impossible de l'utiliser en tant que plugin dans Cubase LE. J'ai bien placé le plugin de Analog Lab (fichier .dll) dans le répertoire de mes plugin VST de Cubase, mais sans résultat. Cubase le voit dans la liste des plugin, mais c'est tout, impossible de lancer un instrument Analog Lab.
Quelqu'un a-t-il déjà rencontré (et résolu) ce problème ?

Merci

LBH

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Hi and welcome to Arturia forums.

When you say "placed", then do you mean "installed"? I suggest you install the plugins into the correct folders. That will also make it easier, when you update.

If you don't mean "installed", then which plugin have you placed where? Perhaps it's the wrong one.
Are you sure, that the other plugins in the folder being read by Cubase, and it's not other versions you see in Cubase?

But anyway - then i suggest you install the plugins to the correct folders, so you don't have to move/ place anything after that, if that's what you have done. It's not recommended to move things from the install path, no matter which software you use.

Analog Lab should show up in a DAW, if the DAW can read third party plugins, and things a installed correct, and the  DAW is set to read the correct paths.

Fred_38

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Hi !
thanks for replying.  Here are my answers :

I say "placed" because I pasted the .ddl file by "copy / paste".    How can I "install" a .dll file ?

What do you mean by "the correct folder" ?  I use Cubase, and the VST plugin are all in the same folder (the Cubase VST plugin folder) ; it is the correct one for all my other VST plugins (I have a lot). And I'm sure Cubase use the VST plugins in this folder because it is the recommended folder, and I can manage in Cubase where to find the plugins (in this folder, of course).

When you ask " which plugin have you placed where? Perhaps it's the wrong one" -> I don't understand. I just bought my Keylab Essential a few weeks ago, and the .ddl file VST plugin came with ; I suppose it is the right one. What do you mean by "the wrong one" ?

->  "Are you sure, that the other plugins in the folder being read by Cubase, and it's not other versions you see in Cubase?"  -> Yes, I'm sure ; I manage a lot of VST plugins

-> "Analog Lab should show up in a DAW, if the DAW can read third party plugins, and things a installed correct, and the  DAW is set to read the correct paths"  -> I agree with you, it should. But it doesn't. This is why I ask for help on this forum...

Thanks

LBH

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Hi,

There are VST2 and VST3 plugins, and others ... depending on your DAW and OS.

Yes i think Arturia by default install into Steinberg paths. But if you have installed on and use this path, like you say you do, then you should not need to place (copy/ paste) anything. So why did you copy/ paste? Was'nt the plugins allready in the folder?
The install paths is set in Arturia installers. In ASC you can set install paths in the Preferences. I suggest you check the paths.
I can't guess things that can be set by individual users. I have to ask.

Chris paul

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I know this is an old feed but ill try it first before starting a new one.
I've just brought a keylab essential with Analogue lab 4 and V. I've installed both and my Daw (cubase 5) cannot see either of them.
My plugins are in windowsx86 , steinberg , cubase, vst plugins and they all work fine.
Analogue lab 4 and V have installed by default in windows, programs , vst plugins.
As Cubase could not load them , I checked that the path was added. After a full reboot the plugins were still not visible. I then tried moving by cut and paste the dll files from the windows , vst plugins to the windows x86 , steinberg, cubase, vst plugins, did a full reboot and still no joy.
I've made sure the analogue lab dll files are only in one folder. I've reinstalled Analogue 4 and V and then reinstalled cubase and still cubase won't see them. Im not sure what else to do.
I know cubase does not support 32bit plugins, but im sure Analogue labs 4 and V will be 64bit as its quite new.

paxtonleiny

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I'm aware that this feed is outdated, but I'll give it a shot before beginning a new one.
I recently purchased a KeyLab Essential with Analogue Labs 4 and V. Both are installed, but neither can be seen by my Daw (Cubase 5).
My plugins are in windowsx86 , steinberg , cubase, vst plugins and they all work fine.
Windows, programmes, and vst plugins already come with Analogue Lab 4 and V installed.
I double-checked that the path was added because Cubase was unable to load them. Even after a complete restart, the plugins were still hidden. I then tried copying and pasting the dll files from the windows vst plugins to the windows x86, steinberg, cubase, and vst plugins. I then rebooted my computer completely, but the problem persisted.
The dll files for the analogue lab are included in a single folder, I've verified. I've reinstalled Analogue 4 and V and then reinstalled cubase and still cubase won't see them. I'm unsure about my options.
I am aware that cubase does not accept 32-bit plugins, but since Analogue Labs 4 and V are so recent, I am confident they will be 64-bit.

 

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