Learn How To Make Sylenth1 64 Bit Compatible For Mac
In this short tutorial, learn how to make Sylenth1 64 bit compatible for Mac so you can use it DAW’s like Logic X. It’s a hassle free solution.
I started using Logic as 64 bit only back in version 9. I had too. My projects were getting too large and they couldn’t be handled using only 4 GB of ram. I had 8 GB of ram on that computer so it made sense to bite the bullet and switch to 64 bit. When Logic X came out as 64 bit only, it meant I couldn’t use one of my all time favorite plugins, Sylenth1.
There were a few other “solutions” to making Sylenth1 64 bit compatible for Mac users. I tried Jbridge, but it was a little buggy and spiked the CPU. It was also a pain to install. But about a month ago I heard about a plugin by Sound Radix called 32 Lives.
It is magic. Just minutes after installing, I had Sylenth1 64 bit compatible and I was using it inside of Logic X! If you have been missing Sylenth1 and haven’t found a suitable solution for getting it working in 64 bit, check out this video to see how easy it can be!
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