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Robert.P
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Hi, i noticed that my own presets I created earlier (using 3rd party plugins) are not compatible with the latest version of Unify (the source left audio channel is distributed to both outputs (left and right) and there is no right channel source audible). I saved the most of the patches with Metric Halo Channel Strip on instrument insert layer and Klanghelm VUMT Duo on Master effect layer. Once I removed these plugins I have mu stereo image back. I'd like to return the to previous version of Unify to investigate, however, after installing version 1.0.9 and opening it still shows ver. 1.1.3  Win10x64Pro


   
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Robert.P
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At the moment ANY 3rd party Vst2 effect i tried is processing mono/one channel only - everything works fine once replaced with vst3


   
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@robert-p

We've discovered that Unify v1.1.3 has an issue where it configures certain plug-ins as mono instead of stereo. Fixing this is a very high priority, so if you can possibly hold off and help us with this, it would be greatly appreciated.

If you absolutely must downgrade, please see the appropriate Unify manual page https://pluginguru.net/unify/manual/doku.php?id=uninstall-106 . It refers to v1.0.6, but as far as I know, everything there is still relevant. (I will be revising the manual over the next while, and will bring it and many other pages up to date.) Let me know here if you run into any trouble.

The reason v1.0.9 didn't install correctly over 1.1.3 is that our installers are only set up to overwrite older files with newer ones, not the other way around. If you uninstall first, you should have no trouble.

Please keep us posted. I'm very sorry this new issue has made some of your patches not load correctly.


   
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Robert.P
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@getdunne

In my case it's very easy to replicate:

  1. Init patch,
  2. Insert stereo VSTi (you have a stereo image)
  3. insert Vst2 FX (ie. free TBProAudio ISOL8 which is available as Vst2/Vst3). - the stereo image is lost
  4. Replace Vst2 Fx with Vst3 Fx - the stereo image is back

   
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Robert.P
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I successfully downgraded to ver. 1.0.9 - all my Vst2 Fx Plugins works fine again 


   
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@robert-p

I believe I have this fixed now. Tested with ISOL8 VST2 and works fine. The fix will be included along with others in a v1.1.4 maintenance update coming very soon.


   
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