Hi again, meanwhile I got a response by izotope and it seems that the issue has something to do with vst compability. So I searched in this forum vor vst3 and thats what I only found.
Question: (2011) I read somewhere that many new VST plugs are written so that VST3 implimentation is needed for true sidechaining? Is this true, and how does the MTS sidechaining compare?
Steinberg thinks you need VST3 for sidechaining, everyone else thinks VST2 will do
Steinberg, wasn't that a grocery store?
So my question now: Is MTS sitll lacking vst compatibility (vst2 and vst3), cause that seems up to now for me the reason, that izotrope neutron isn't working.
Here's what izotope customer service wrote to me:
AN 09, 2017 | 08:55AM EST
Apologies for the delayed response! We have been experiencing an unusually large ticket volume and we appreciate your patience and understanding.
I have looked into this and it appears that Multitrackstudio does not support the VST format; at the moment, only AU and VST2 compatible plugins can be scanned in and used in Multitrackstudio. Since Neutron is currently unsupported for this particular host program, it has not been actively tested for issues when used in Multitrackstudio. Because of this it is likely that there may be issues that occur such as the one you are experiencing when using Neutron in Multitrackstudio.
Again, my sincerest apologies for the inconvenience. Thanks again, and let me know if you have any further questions.
So I hope to get more information about the vst compatibility of mts and if there is hope for a solution in the future?
Thanks in advance, ........ h.tinnefeld