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Addendum: I tried to compile a 32-bit version on Windows 7 and everything is working (I have Python 2.7.1, Python.org's Virtual Environment, and the mingw32-make utility). I'm not sure how to get the 64-bit version to compile, however, and I'm also having trouble with it. Does anyone have any tips for compiling the 64-bit version of this? A: I finally figured it out. I had to install the 32-bit version of Python (I went with Python 2.7.1 from I had to install the mingw32 package to get the mingw32-make utility. That got me past the error about not being able to find the SWIG32 compiler. I compiled the 64-bit version with the command line options (but with Python 2.7.1 instead of Python 3.2.3). Then I had to install the 64-bit Python.org's virtual environment. I did this through the control panel, just like how I installed the 32-bit version. And I changed the Python version in the virtual environment to the 64-bit version. This was very important so that I could use the 32-bit version of the Python GUI that comes with the 64-bit version of Python. Then I installed the 64-bit version of the Z3TA VSTi DXi interface. I downloaded the zip file from (I tried the source-code version too, but that did not work.) I also had to install Visual Studio 2013 Express for Windows Desktop. Then I had to install the 64-bit version of the Skype SDK from After that, I had to compile the Z3TA VSTi DXi from the Visual Studio directory and run the./run.bat file in the directory. Then I followed the on-screen instructions to load the new VSTi DXi in my Cubase 8 and I could use it to record my guitar. I am still having issues with the Piano tab in the Z3TA VSTi DXi interface, but that's not a big problem since I can record with ac619d1d87


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