Every time I do a 'bounce' with 'Vari' it finishes the bounce (24 bit/44.1) then leaves Logic in a 'beachball of death' state requiring me to force quit. Otherwise everything works normal (which was why I purchased, this is a purchased version). I didn't think to 'bounce' before buying as the silencing of the output would have made that bounce unusable.
OSX 10.4.11 / Logic 8.0.1 /Built-in Audio
Machine Name: PowerBook G4 17"
Machine Model: PowerBook5,9
CPU Type: PowerPC G4 (1.5)
Number Of CPUs: 1
CPU Speed: 1.67 GHz
L2 Cache (per CPU): 512 KB
Memory: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 167 MHz
Boot ROM Version: 4.9.6f0
Thanks for the problem report, I'm sorry for this problem. We'll be fixing it ASAP.
By the way, can you reproduce this crash just by creating a single-track project, adding a sound file to it, inserting VariSaturator and then bouncing?
Thank you for your quick reply.
Well, it was a single track session (Reaktor 5 -> Varisaturator), which when VRS was removed bounced OK. I then bounced with the ONLY change being the removal of VRS and 33 files later no problems. Certainly, when I have a chance I will try your instruction so as to confirm and add to any information how this particular crash happens.
Of special note concerning VRS stability, since my intent tonight involved non-tempo locked criteria, I actually still used VRS by playing the same Logic sessions "live" into Audio Hijack Pro RUNNING VRS (AU) as a plug-in with no problems. So the 'bounce-then crash' seems VERY specific to the circumstance of Logic 8 'bouncing'.
As I mentioned before, VRS was perfectly stable in playing files through Logic on all counts, this 'bounce' crash being the only anomaly after using it for 12 hours in several alternative scenarios (so far).
Otherwise loving it (nice job overall on both the audio and visual aspects) and hope you will continue to make more of your 'reportoire' available to us Mac users ;-)
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