Unify 1.8 crashing Cakewalk with default patch
Windows 10 64bit PC, 24Gb ram, Xeon processor
I just created a new project in Cakewalk, added an instance of Scaler 2.5, created a chord set in Scaler, and generated midi with straight chords 8 beats long.
Then I added an instance of Unify, dragged midi to the Unify track starting at measure 2, and as soon as I clicked on the button to open the interface, I got the attached crash immediately. I will attach the crash dump to the next message.
Looks like you either forgot to attach, or more likely, the Forum software rejected your attachment for some reason. No matter; your screenshot tells me all I need to know. Crash code c0000005 indicates a memory access violation, the most common cause of crashes. I would probably not be able to tell much more from the crash dump.
Are you using the VST3 version of Unify? If so, please try the VST.
I am pretty sure it is the VST. Is there a way to tell from inside Unify.
Once I re-opened the project after closing Cakewalk, I was able to use Unify.
Doesn't it show that it was the VST2 version in the jpg in the original post?
A new version of Cakewalk came out today, and I used Unify with Spitfire for hours with no crash. Hopefully, that is the end of it. Fingers crossed.
Working on the same project yesterday for several hours, I had several crashes (before the update today).
I worked for 3 hours today on the Ukraine anthem with 5 instances of Unify, and about 10 Spitfire plugins from various libraries, and it was solid as a rock.