Hi Mark. I just upgraded to Version 4 and I am having the same issue. I have recordings that I have to completely remix because of this issue which sucks. A producer friend of mine recommended a plugin called "metaplugin" Its a VST wrapper that does so much more than JBridge. It works for Mac and PC and per their website Metaplugin will:
- Supports up to eight individual channels for, e.g. surround or other multichannel purposes.
- Additional stereo sidechain input
- Convenient plugin organizer: scan your plugins once, then just drag and drop them onto the graph area
- Internal bridge from 32 to 64 bit, with seamless plugin window integration: load 32 bit plugins in ProTools or LogicPro X without the need for a 3rd party bridging solution
- Support for native Apple Audio Unit plugins
- Dry/wet ratio can be adjusted for each loaded plugin.
- Individual bypass for each loaded plugin
- Full plugin delay compensation included.
- Automate up to 100 parameters by mapping them on any parameter of a loaded plugin
- Negligible additional CPU overhead.
- Synths can also be loaded and played with any MIDI control, which means you can create custom synthesizers with existing building blocks.
- Up to 4x oversampling option of the whole signal chain is available.
- Included: mid-side matrix, multiband splitter and cross track send/receive helper plugins.
- Define your own colour palette for the plugin: check!
- Freely resizable plugin window for maximum convenience: check!
- Can be used as a VST to AU wrapper, a VST to RTAS wrapper, an AU to RTAS-wrapper, VST to AAX wrapper or an AU to AAX wrapper.
- VST3 plugins now supported, so VST3 to AU, VST3 to RTAS and VST3 to AAX is possible as well. Plus, of course, VST3 to VST or VST to VST3.
I am in the process of picking it up myself and I will post my findings on here. I think that is a great place to start to look for an alternative to JBridge.
Enjoy your day
Marc P - Face of Stone