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I'm using Samplitude 6.04 and when I inserted the HarmoniEQ onto a track would work fine until I closed plugin and closed Samplitude's DX plugins window and tried to re-open it. Then it would completely kick me out of Samplitude without giving any warning. This would only happen if I closed Samplitude's plugin window. If I just closed the HarmoniEQ down and reopened it with the window still open, it would work. It did the same thing when trying to apply it to an object. I would have to close the object editor and try to re-open it in order for it to kick me out of Samplitude.
When I tried saving a project after inserting the plugin, it wouldn't let me open the project again after shutting it down. It would shut Samplitude down immediately after trying to open it.
Hopefully you can track this bug down and squash it... I didn't get a much of a chance to use it for long, but I liked the little bit of it that I heard. =)
I just tried it with the Modulator plugin and eveything works fine. I've used the majority of your demo versions, free plugins, and I own the Voxformer, Crunchessor, and Soniformer.... But this is the first time I've ever encountered a problem like this.
Another thing I found out is it doesn't crash unless I move one of the nodes in the plugin. If I just open it and don't touch anything, I can close everything down and open it back up again with no problems. But right after I change something on the plugin and try to open it back up again, it locks up and closes Samplitude.
Could you try moving the 'Out' knob alone, or maybe switching modes, without touching the control points? I'm just trying to localize this problem.
Unfortunately, I only have Samplitude 7.2 demo, and it does not even allow saving project files - so direct testing is not really possible for me right now (though, this is not usually necessary - only allows to find the bug quicker).
Yep, just moving the out knob crashed it.
You don't actually need to save a project. Just insert HarmoniEQ onto an object using the object editor, move one of the knobs, close HarmoniEQ and close the object editor. Then open open the object editor back up and try to edit the HarmoniEQ plugin.
Interesting.... I just tried it in the 8.1 demo and it didn't crash it. So maybe this is just a problem with version 6? Very strange. lol
That's ok. I've got a lot of necessities on my gear list before I'll be able to afford the HarmoniEQ (like Samp v8, actual studio monitors, a nice vocal mic, etc. the list goes on and on, lol). But I just thought I'd let you know in case anyone else is having problems with it in Samplitude. But it sounds like it's just version 6. Strange problem, but it could be on Samp's end, since it doesn't do it in the newer versions.....? This wouldn't be the first quirk that I've noticed in version 6 that has been fixed in newer versions. Since v6 is well over 3 years old (that's how long I've been using it), I guess it's time for me to get with the program and upgrade to v8. :D