Overbridge 2.0.53 Public Beta - Big Sur compatibility

Logic uses AU plugin format, not VST

Ahhh I see lol. Didn’t realize you could stream audio without selecting rytm as the sound card. I shall read the manual!

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Please use this topic for general discussion and questions around Overbridge 2.0.53 Public Beta and Big Sur compatibility. For participating in the beta and reporting potential issues, head over to the Public Beta topic. We’re also happy to hear if everything works well for you!




Hm, that’s weird


Are you running Logic Pro in Rosetta mode?

using AR mkii/digitone in overbridge with live 11 and big sur, so happy!!!
thanks elektron.

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Strangely way to early with Big Sur and Ableton 11.0.2…Analog Rytm MK1

Had electron stuff for about 5 years now, never tried OB. I’m running big sur. When I tried the Analog Heat MKII, the plug-in connected and I saw it controlling Heat but the audio just sounded like it was in bypass mode. I believe the audio was passing through the Heat via USB but no “Heat” effect was heard. Am I doing something wrong, or is it a beta bug?

Are you using the standalone plugin or the VST/AU (in a DAW)? Could you describe how you’ve set things up? Overbridge really takes the Analog Heat to a new level in my opinion and I’m happy to hear you’re giving it a go. What you experience is not a known bug.

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I’m using the vst in Ableton 11, but haven’t tried it in another DAW yet, or standalone. I had the USB cable attached, OB mode on in system, shows up as active in OB, seems to control the parameters and stream the audio, but does not apply any heat to the sound.

I normally just use the heat as an external audio effect in ableton and hook it up with analog ins and outs to my audio interface. The reason I wanted to try OB was for making automating things quicker.

If you’re e.g. adding the VST to a return track, and then raise the corresponding send control for a playing audio track, are you hearing the effect then? Make sure to delete the VST if it is inserted anywhere else as you can only use one instance of it per device.

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Ok I will try it like that instead of as an insert on a track and report back.

Should work just as well as an insert, I basically just wanted to make sure the plugin was used correctly.


I’m trying to update AR MKII from within bigSur via Transfer app.
It fails and I get “Upgrade failed, checksum error”

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Same result as an insert on an FX return unfortunately. I’m going to try it in logic and Cubase today. Maybe it’s an ableton thing.

So, in Ableton it doesn’t work as a VST, but the AU version does work for me in Ableton and Logic. As a VST, it sometimes half works when I click ACTIVE, but the sound is totally garbled and ultra-clipped sounding, otherwise the sound is basically bypassed when ACTIVE is set. In Cubase as a VST, the plugin exhibits the same behaviour as Ableton, but hasn’t given me any garbled or clipped noise when ACTIVE.

Perhaps some others are experiencing this? I’m not sure, but it seems like the VST is just broken for me. (Big Sur, Ableton 11, Cubase 11 Pro)