Hi, when using the U-he Runciter plugin (win/mac/linux demo here: Uhbik: Nine subtle to spectacular effects | u-he), I only get sound in the left channel. I’ve tried to change the pins in all possible configurations, but no matter how it’s configured, only one channel is being processed. According to the manual, the plugin should process channel 1+2 if you right-click in the panel and select “1+2”, but it doesn’t. The only way to get any sound out of channel 2 is to select “mono-surround”, but then it seems to only process channel 1 and send it out to both channel 1 and 2.
I’m using Ardour 6.0 on Linux. Maybe this has been fixed in a later version? Unfortunately I’m not able to install latest version of Ardour on my old Linux laptop.
Radium behaves the same way as Ardour, except that channel 2 is bypassed instead of muted (which is also really weird). Radium uses JUCE to host VST plugins so it should do the right thing. This is really strange.
Does anyone use the Runciter plugin? It seems highly unlikely that the Runciter plugin should have a big bug like this, but I don’t know. I can’t find anyone else reporting about this problem with Runciter.
(I’m the author of Radium, and this is originally a bug reported for Radium on Mac, but it seems to apply for Radium on Linux and Ardour on Linux as well. If it even is a bug, I don’t know what happens here.)