VariSaturator crashes Sound Forge 9.0e immediately after I select it. There are no problems with it in Chainer. I really like the interface.
What's interesting, is that Sound Forge doesn't consider it a problematic plug-in. Normally when a plug-in crashes like that in Sound Forge, you have to go to options>preferences>Vst Effects and re-select the plug-in to get it to show up after a major crash and you usually get a warning that the plug-in has a problem. Not so with VariSaturator. Also, the crash doesn't screw up the audio engine. In a lot of crashes like that, the ASIO Driver will become "unavailable" and you have to restart your computer. Again, this is isn't a problem with VariSaturator. Since it doesn't screw anything else up, I guess we can call it a nice crash. ;)
There is no problem. I ordered a new Dell 720 and I am getting ready for the switch and I have been spending all my time getting ready for the new computer. I had Sound Forge 9.0e, but I didn't realize I hadn't installed it yet. The problem was limited to 9.0d. It works fine in 9.0e.
Sorry to have bothered you with this. Since I wasted your time, I'm going to go ahead and buy VariSaturator now. Of course, I would have bought it eventually anyway.
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