Why are the VST2 and VST3 versions of AirEQ named differently?

The AirEQ plugin file is always named "AirEQ", for both Standard and Premium versions.

This is a requirement for hosts that use the plugin name for identification purposes (mainly in VST2), in order to make the upgrade from Standard to Premium smooth.

Unfortunately, VST2 hosts use the file name when displaying the plugin in the insert list, where VST3 hosts use the plugin information, which is "AirEQ Premium.

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