having been waiting for a pre order 49 key lab since it was available - which has been somewhat frustrating as i ordered (and paid) for it in summer 2010 an was initially told october, then january and now late march. this is somewhat frustrating already.
having been trying to move to an exclusive 64 bit system using Logic, i tried to google about arturia lab and 64 bit. i found this
in the comments section - the third comment says this of Spark.
I just want to explain our 64-bit policy (for Spark at least).
We decide to implement 64-bit on Windows VST because Cudase 5 was 64-bit compatible on Windows.
We decide to not implement 64-bit on Mac VST because Cudase 5 was not 64-bit compatible on Mac OSX.
Now Cubase 6 is released and is 64-bit compatible on Mac OSX so we will have to implement it ASAP (but not for Spark 1.0).
We decide to implement 64-bit Audio Unit because Logic is 64-bit compatible.
We decide to not implement 64-bit because Pro Tools is not 64-bit compatible.
We decide to implement 64-bit Standalone Application for Mac OSX because we can embed it with the 32-bit version in the same binary.
We decide to not implement 64-bit Windows because we can not embed it with the 32-bit version in the same binary and we didn't thought 64-bit native application was really needed. But we can add it without too many difficult if the users want it (but not for Spark 1.0)
I hope this helps you to understand a little bit more why we didn't implement 64-bit on all platform
All the best
this left me hopeful that Logic AU *would* support native 64 bit use for Laboratory Experience, but from this thread it seems it was an incorrect assumption.
So I wouldn't be able to use ALab software in 64 bit Logic, or would I have to use bit bridge, or would it not work at all in Logic64 ?
thanks and appreciate any response.