I have some good news for all those S14/Waves V10 plugin users. I have fixed the problem. Here are the details :)
Waves V10 .dll files are placed in the following location by default;
C:\Program Files (x86)\Waves\WaveShells V10
Studio One 4 is a 64-bit system, so I think it is ignoring any content located in C:\Program Files (x86). Because of this, the Waves V10 .dll files are not found by Studio One 4 on start-up and therefore the plugins are not loaded into the DAW session.
- Create a sub-folder called "Waves" located under C:\Program Files\Vstplugins.
- Copy all content from C:\Program Files (x86)\Waves\WaveShells V10 and paste into into new "Waves" sub-folder.
- Start-up Studio One 4 and add a new VST Plugin path called C:\Program Files\Vstplugins\Waves. This function is
accessed under Studio One>Options>Locations>VST Plug-Ins. Hit "Apply" then "OK".
- Close down Studio One 4 and re-open it. You will now have a "Waves" plugin folder in your Browser containing all the
Waves V10 plugins.