• April 25, 2017 at 01:09 #3180
    utuneaudio
    Member

    Hello,
    After Successfully running Live Professor 2 with Waves plugins through Waves Central for months, after the newest Waves Central update, the Waves VST3 plugin shell crashes the Plugin Scanner in Live Professor, however the regular VST shell does not. Are there any possible workarounds, other than just using the VST plugins?

    OS: Windows 10.0.14393 64-bit
    Live Professor: 2.0.4
    Waves Central: 1.3.1.4

    April 26, 2017 at 09:44 #3760
    Nikolai
    Keymaster

    Hi Thank you for reporting this (And for a crash report)
    I will have to updated Waves and check, I’m pretty sure this will need to be fixed by us, or the developers who create the VST3 hosting code.
    The only workaround would be to use VST2, as far as I know, in the current version of LiveProfessor you won’t notice any difference.
    Regards
    Nikolai

    May 4, 2017 at 15:47 #3761
    alexsalmonaaudio
    Participant

    Any progress on this? I have just run into the same issue.

    May 5, 2017 at 18:15 #3762
    rapace312
    Participant

    Same on OSX.

    May 8, 2017 at 08:32 #3763
    Nikolai
    Keymaster

    Hi
    Yes, this is a compatibility issue between the new waves shell and the 3rd.party plugin framework that LiveProfessor uses.
    It’s kind of in Waves hands, as the crash is way inside their shell code that we can’t "see inside". We will keep pushing them

    May 8, 2017 at 08:32 #3764
    Nikolai
    Keymaster

    Hi
    Yes, this is a compatibility issue between the new waves shell and the 3rd.party plugin framework that LiveProfessor uses.
    It’s kind of in Waves hands, as the crash is way inside their shell code that we can’t "see inside". We will keep pushing them

    November 1, 2018 at 19:11 #5557
    joolz
    Participant

    Just Ran Into this issue. Did you ever get a fix?
    Thanks

    November 6, 2018 at 20:55 #5572
    Nikolai
    Keymaster

    Should work fine in the later releases. Are you experiencing issues with waves plugins?

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