Started by arseniiv, May 05, 2018, 19:58:00
Quote from: arseniiv on May 05, 2018, 19:58:001. On Win7 x64, I open the latest (1.27.07) 32-bit OpenMPT, create an MPTM project and add a 32-bit VST there (I have tried several so far). For some reason it is marked as bridged (in the plugin list, in its editor window title, there is PluginBridge32.exe process). Should it be so? (I seem to remember in the past things were different. But since I switched to 64-bit hardware a few years ago, I had rarely used OpenMPT, it could be an error of my memory.) If not, what could I possibly do to repair it? Just in case, the instance of mptrack.exe running is already marked as a 32-bit process.
Quote2. I pick a non-12edo tuning on a plugin-using instrument, to no effect. Should it be that? In this case I also seem to remember in the past something could have been different, and again I can't be sure.
Quote from: Saga Musix on May 06, 2018, 10:33:08There is no standardized way to apply microtuning to plugins that would be widely supported.
Quoteand I don't know why
Quote from: arseniiv on May 06, 2018, 13:10:57Ah. Do you know any which is able to support it somehow? (E. g. it could have its own tuning settings.)
Quote from: arseniiv on May 06, 2018, 13:35:48Quoteand I don't know whyNow I know. It seems it auto-applies when OpenMPT crashes with plugins.