From: jeffl on 17 Jun 2010 12:10
Module: c/ program files/cakewalk/shared plug-ins/Fx reverb.Ax
Exception code c:0000005
Just opened a song and started listening and about 1 minute in-well-the
freeze-fatal error and big annoying buzzy sound-ARGHHH!!!
From: jeffl on 17 Jun 2010 13:10
I had installed edirol sound canvass from sonar3 so I could use the bass
patch-which IMO is far superior to the one in the CW/roland tts---this might
be a conflict in sonar 7--I have removed edirol from the project-no crash
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>> Module: c/ program files/cakewalk/shared plug-ins/Fx reverb.Ax
>> Exception code c:0000005
>> Just opened a song and started listening and about 1 minute in-well-the
>> freeze-fatal error and big annoying buzzy sound-ARGHHH!!!
> I crashed one too many times in Sonar which is why I use Reaper now.
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From: Sue Morton on 17 Jun 2010 14:28
> ... it ends up sounding more like a real bass because it *is* a real
A real bass sounds more like a real bass? What's wrong with this
From: jeffl on 17 Jun 2010 15:00
I actually do play bass on almost everything I do-except the occasional gig
sequence where if I'm lazy and I can get the synth bass to do it--then I
just use that. I usually start with the synth bass if I download a midi
sequence I'm gonna use and then play bass over it and mute the synth.
Bad news-removing the edirol did not fix the problem--multiple crashes--the
only way to move ahead is to start a new project--eliminate all the plugins
I had on the almost completed mix project--record the last little parts and
then save this as a new project--restart the computer so I have both and
then paste in the new tracks into the old (almost mixed) project and save
that as a new project and restart to be safe...ha ha--I win (?)
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> "Glennbo" wrote:
>> ... it ends up sounding more like a real bass because it *is* a real bass
> A real bass sounds more like a real bass? What's wrong with this picture?
> Sue Morton
From: Bob Donald on 17 Jun 2010 21:12
Yeah, plus you can hear the mistakes that I make when I play real bass that
I couldnt possibly reproduce on a keyboard!
> cakewalk.audio and pressed these buttons...
>> A real bass sounds more like a real bass? What's wrong with this
> Well it doesn't sound *less* like a real bass!!! <g>