Check out this great video tutorial on using 32bit plugin instruments with the 64bit only versions of Logic Pro and Logic Pro X
As many rejoiced in the release and major feature upgrade of Logic Pro X, there were a few of us who had spent $$$'s on out favourite 32bit plugin instruments only to find that they were no longer available in the new version. This is because Logic Pro X no longer uses the 32BIT 'bridge' element seen in previous versions. You can see why Apple have chosen to no longer support the 32bit system, especially given the technical performance boost of 64 bit systems as we previously discussed here: http://www.logic-cafe.com/lc/index.php/running-logic-pro-in-64-bit-mode.
Fortunately there is a workaround. This great video produced by www.dailyheatchecc.com, explores a nice little workaround to get your old instruments up and running in Logic Pro X, even discussing the possibility of performance improvements!
Below is the information given on their youtube page in order to grab the resources to get the plugin working, plus links their website:
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This Is a Tutorial On How to Use 32 Bit Plug Ins Inside Logic Pro X
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