• June 16, 2018 at 18:37 #5250
    psync
    Participant

    Hi there,

    The newest versions of Unfiltered Audio’s Sandman Pro and Instant Delay crash the Plugin Manager, resulting in the plugins being banned. Fault, Dent2 and Indent2 work fine though…

    Kind regards,

    Arjan Loogman

    July 18, 2018 at 06:10 #5351
    huub
    Participant

    The latest Slate AU versions crash live professor here. (was fine, then started crashing)
    I reinstalled my system from scratch (for other reasons), same thing: first fine, later crash.
    vst and vst3 is fine.

    On a similar note: is there a key to hold when starting LP to disable all plug ins?
    When LP is set to “open last project on start up”, it was impossible for me to start LP with the Slate plug ins crashing the program.
    I had to remove the AU’s from my plug in folder.

    Huub

    July 18, 2018 at 18:45 #5352
    Nikolai
    Keymaster

    The latest Slate AU versions crash live professor here. (was fine, then started crashing) I reinstalled my system from scratch (for other reasons), same thing: first fine, later crash. vst and vst3 is fine. On a similar note: is there a key to hold when starting LP to disable all plug ins? When LP is set to “open last project on start up”, it was impossible for me to start LP with the Slate plug ins crashing the program. I had to remove the AU’s from my plug in folder. Huub

    Hi, thanks for the heads up. I’ll check the slate issue.

    Also good point with the open last project issue.

    I guess I could fix this, as LiveProfessor knows if the last exit was not clean. maybe it should not load the project then. (or ask)

    August 2, 2018 at 10:58 #5382
    huub
    Participant

    yes, good idea!

    Huub

    August 4, 2018 at 16:06 #5384
    ChristopherKhan
    Participant

    Hi Yes, you can combine them. Only problem is that many plugins do not allow exchange of snapshots between formats. Like “Fantastic Reverb VST” cant load the snapshots/settings from “Fantastic Reverb VST3” or “Fantastic Reverb AU”, that is just the way the makers made the plugins. In relation to audio, there is no difference, its all 32bit samples being pushed around. it is just a matter of communication between the plugin and the host

    Thanks for the info. I won’t go for the change if “Fantastic Reverb VST” cant load the snapshots/settings from “Fantastic Reverb VST3”.

    August 15, 2018 at 09:40 #5417
    ChristopherKhan
    Participant

    The latest Slate AU versions crash live professor here. (was fine, then started crashing) I reinstalled my system from scratch (for other reasons), same thing with phen375: first fine, later crash. vst and vst3 is fine. On a similar note: is there a key to hold when starting LP to disable all plug ins? When LP is set to “open last project on start up”, it was impossible for me to start LP with the Slate plug ins crashing the program. I had to remove the AU’s from my plug in folder. Huub

     

    I had similar issue but after couple of days it got sorted by it self.

    September 4, 2018 at 00:03 #5432
    GUILHERME
    Participant

    relab lx480 has anyone used the LP ??

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