There’s such a thing as tempting fate. I’m about to start a major project, (my new album), and don’t want to do anything that’s going to derail my creative train of thought before its even left the station. So until this project is finished, nothing gets upgraded. I’m locking down my DAW and VST installation until I get to the stage where the final song has been mixed and I’m happy with the results.
So, for the foreseeable future, I’m sticking to Cubase 7.0.5 and my VSTs in their current form, be it 64bit or bridged 32bit. 112dB just got in under the wire by releasing a 64bit version of Redline Monitor, which I’ve installed and verified, but other than that, we’re good to go.