As can be noticed, the plugin is a little bit experimental kind, it may not be used everywhere, but I think it's worth trying if you want a different random sound texture. If you encounter a problem (Windows/MacOS), please write here so that the plugin is more usable for everyone. As a developer of this plug-in I give a mid-grade to stay neutral :-).
Downloaded the Windows .dll versions from your website and they are not recognized by Tracktion Waveform, nor Reaper. Downloaded a second time and got the same results. Waveform tried to install them, yet failed. Running Tracktion's PluginVal VST testing app on the files fails immediately. Compiling issue?
Typically, VSTs are contained in a zip file for downloads, yet your files are in raw dll form. Curious if they're somehow being corrupted when I download them, or when you place them for download. Just guessing...
The file Properties method reveals the following (which appears to be exactly what you're seeing from your download):
Size: 1.32 MB (1,393,664 bytes).
Size on Disk: 1.33 MB (1,396,736 bytes).
If you install the files you downloaded, do they work OK? Make sure to remove the existing functional plug(s) first, then reinstall the downloads to be sure your testing the reloaded file and not the original one.
If the downloaded files work for you, I will ask the Waveform developers what could possibly be causing the Pluginval & Waveform failures on my end.
Starting test: pluginval / Scan for known types: C:\- VST Plugs\64-Bit\Effect\TwoRuleFilterG_x64.dll...
Num types found: 0 !!! Test 1 failed: No types found.
FAILED!! 1 test failed, out of a total of 1.
I much appreciate that your showing up to help weed through this strange issue. Really hoping it can be resolved.
VSTHost does not work. My other VSTs load fine in VSTHost. : |.
Attempting to load TwoRulesFilter = The mouse cursor spins (as with other plugs), yet when it stops spinning, the plug does not appear.
This is basically the same behavior as with my other DAW / hosts.
Please respond to my previous question:
"If you install the files you downloaded, do they work OK? Make sure to remove the existing functional plug(s) first, then reinstall the downloads to be sure your testing the reloaded file and not the original one."
To clarify: Have you downloaded the files from your wixsite website, then installed those downloaded files?
I ask because I'm not seeing how it can be anything other than corrupt files from your wixsite server. If it's my Windows / browser that's corrupting things, I don't know what that might be. Again, I've disabled antivirus and it made no difference.
Perhaps you have dev files / apps loaded on your machine that allow for it to load, yet will fail when installed on PCs that are not running this same code? Just guessing here...