Yep, I have them as well. However, I think the problem, at least for the most part, is VST 3 non-compatibility. My Cubase and Studio 1 rig's run great with full VST 3 implementation. I suspect it won't be long until Avid gets things sorted.I have a few instruments tying me to Rosetta, unfortunately, but it's nice to see Avid were quick off the mark getting a proper Silicon version released.
Ah, you know your right! I didn't think that one through. You are also correct in that East West Play no longer shows up in Pro Tools. Probably the end of the line for Play. I've had Opus for quite some time so the upgrade price doesn't sting as much as it originally did. I do think Opus is a bit more fluid and runs slightly leaner.I think PT on mac uses AAX exclusively. From what I can gather the issue with a few of my older instruments is they aren't Universal Binary so it would be on the third party to update or replace.
Unfortunately EastWest Play is one of them and, from what I'm seeing, they don't seem likely to release a UB Play AAX.
Instead they've released a new product to replace it, with its own price tag.