VST Plugin Issues with KVLT drums 2

drew-logan wrote on 10/11/2019, 7:52 PM

So yesterday I bought KVLT Drums 2 from Urgitone which is compatible with Magix Music Maker. I have MMM Rock Edition 6 and wondering how I go about getting this Drum Vst going in my program. This is my first time attempting to do this so have some patience with me if im not understanding lol. Any advice is better than no advice.

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Graham-Hawker wrote on 10/12/2019, 1:03 AM

So yesterday I bought KVLT Drums 2 from Urgitone which is compatible with Magix Music Maker.

It's not compatible. It's a 64 bit plug in according to the description. Music Maker can only work with 32 bit plug ins.

emmrecs wrote on 10/12/2019, 3:32 AM

@drew-logan

@Graham-Hawker is entirely correct. Your VSTi is 64 bit only so will not run in MM, unless you are prepared to also invest a very small amount of money in buying and installing jBridge. If you follow its installation and operation instructions carefully you should find your Drums are now available to MM. (The free Demo version should allow you to test this prior to purchase.)

HTH

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ralftaro wrote on 10/15/2019, 6:20 AM

In addition to what was already said, please also note that this somewhat older content edition ("Rock Edition 6") wouldn't feature any support for external/third-party VST plug-ins. So, there would simply be no way to add it to the program, even when using a 32bit plug-in.

My recommendation would be to use the most recent Music Maker generation and get the "Creative Suite" feature pack from the plug-in store to unlock external VST support:

http://dl03.magix.net/musicmaker.exe

If you're interested in any features, instruments or content items beyond just the "Creative Suite" and VST support on top of the barebones free version, you might want to consider going for something like the paid-for "Premium" edition, which comes with credits for the various in-app store category and offer much better value-for-money compared to individual purchases of those same in-app store items for real currency:

https://www.magix.com/us/music/music-maker/?_oB=premium

Hope this info helps!