Does that mean, WHEN running SCOPE 7 standalone on a separate machine, installing the 64Bit version makes no sense as long there´s no 3rd party DAW connected via ASIO and big sample libraries streaming from HDD/SSD/M:2 in the ball park on the same machine ?
I bought SCOPE 7 for XITE and PCI, but didn´t install up to now,- decided to wait for v7.1 instead ...
"Unison" and "Drone" features in SCOPE synths and the sheppard generator are nice additions, but for the most I do not urgently necessary.
Now I wonder if I´d get everything from SCOPE 7 / 7.1 also in 32Bit as long as I run it standalone, which is what I do always anyway.
I´m fine w/ the native DAW apps and VST plugins on a different (Win7/ 8.1 or 10) 64Bit machine as also using ADAT and MIDI cables for DSP card/ XITE connectivity.
I´m also still in hope for Copperlan implementation in a upcoming S|C SCOPE 7 update, since I recognize they are still owning a Copperlan licence.
I imagine MIDI over LAN between SCOPE- and native DAW - machines in future and wonder if that ugently needs a 64Bit system then.
I also learned there are also less issues when stick to 32Bit SCOPE 7 regardless which Windows version is in use ... XP, Win7, Win8/8.1 or 10.