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  1. First Logic, now Cubase... it seems more and more DAWs are actively removing support for 32 bit plugins. This seems fantastically odd to me, considering how the vast majority of my current plugin selection consists of 32 bit VST plugins. Many of them are abandonware, and there will never be a 64-bit version. In fact, I think Samplitude could out-compete the other DAWs in this regard simply by doing nothing. (Thus keeping 32-bit VST support.) It's a silly world! PS: Of course, I really hope Samplitude won't follow this frustrating trend.
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