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Topic: Any Chance of a n Ambience reverb that is external to ARIA?

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    Any Chance of a n Ambience reverb that is external to ARIA?

    I'm using Windows 7 64 bit with Sonar 8.5 64bit. Any chance of an Ambience reverb (which I really liked) as a standalone 64 bit plug in?
    Since I use multiple outs in Aria I would not use the integrated ambience reverb per player. Thanks for all info.

    EDIT: oops...I wrote "as a standalone...plugin." I suppose I meant just "plug-in!"
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    Re: Any Chance of a n Ambience reverb that is external to ARIA?

    Hi, Chip - Ambience used to be available as a stand-alone plug-in. I still have it in my VST folder in fact. But it's so old, I'm sure there's not a 64 bit version of it. It would be Bit Bridge time if you were using that.

    As to if you can find the separate VST of Ambience somewhere still - I don't know. Worth a Google!

    Randy

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    Re: Any Chance of a n Ambience reverb that is external to ARIA?

    Thanks Reegs and Randy! Truly very cool - and it works in 64bit, no problem.
    In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is.

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    Re: Any Chance of a n Ambience reverb that is external to ARIA?

    ...only thing is...I can't get it to be a "tab" in SONAR. The "enable tabbed" option isn't there. Any ideas?

    EDIT: Found out that because SONAR has to utilize BitBridge to use the thing, there is no "enable tabbed" option. Still works though!
    In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is.

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