FYI: In testing...
The bridge can support 32 or 64 bit plugins and runs on 32 or 64 bit Windows. This means:
Running 32 bit plugins on 32 or 64 bit windows - Each plugin has access to a maximum of 4 Gb of it's own memory space.
Running 64 bit plugins on 64 bit windows - Each plugin has access to the maximum memory your PC can support.
BTW: if you watch carefully you will see that FL Studio was using ~ 191 Mb prior to loading the samples in DirectWave so really none of FL Studio's own memory allocation was used to load the 1.6 Gb sample bank.
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