not sure but i think this has something to do with it. from the manual......
Because there simply are not
enough MIDI notes in a single MIDI channel, each of the 8 engines is assigned to a MIDI channel from 1-8. There are also several other MIDI channels to
which Geist responds:
I think i have solved the problem by reinstailling cubase so that i have both cubase 32bit and 64bit installed as seperate programs. this way seems to be working, not sure why, but happy to be up and running.
Hi Help please! Im New to windows7 and New to Geist. Geist only works for a minute or so before the GUI freezes up... and then makes Cubase4 crash. I installed Geist as instructed. And I have had no previous installs of geist. Other Vst's seem to work fine. I am using Cubase4 on windows7 Intel core ...