By December 19th (in time for Christmas!) of 2011, I’d rebuilt all of my plugins for 64 Bit.
Technically, what that means is I’d revised my compiling techniques, updated XCode very cautiously (I don’t trust updates not to break legacy stuff that MUST remain working), tested everything out and set up a new build structure that made plugins not just dual binary, but triple binary.
Everything from Airwindows gets compiled as 64 Bit Intel, and 32 Bit Intel, and also 32 Bit PPC.
Everything I could recompile, I did recompile, including all the legacy stuff like the plugins downloadable from here dated 2007. If it’s there, it’s 64 Bit and futureproof, while also being past-friendly in the form of PPC. (no 68k, sorry!)
PowerPC Macs are very capable, and deserve industry support. If we aren’t prepared to put tools in peoples’ hands then what good are we? I’m not in the business of selling the latest Powerbooks (in fact I’d like to upgrade myself, but not if it means squeezing my own customers). Recording tools can and should be widely available at all price points. Using Airwindows plugins, you can take very old copies of Logic on old PowerPC Macs (or Reaper, for that matter, or various other programs) and still get totally up-to-date sounds out of it.
Everybody who’d ever ordered anything from Airwindows got an update for free in email, no matter how old their plugin was.
Please support Airwindows by buying new stuff. :)