Old 09-13-2006, 03:01 AM   #1
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Default Jamstix in Reaper crashes everything (SOLVED)

Using Reaper 1.11, I've noticed an issue with Jamstix:

1) The Jamstix plugin demo causes a total system slowdown (to a slow crawl), and on one ocassion, caused a Blue Screen and shutdown, which is no mean feat in Win XP Pro. I've tried to run the plugin 3-4 times, and the same freeze (everything goes unresponsive) happens each time.

2) After a couple of these freezes (clicking on commands takes literally five minutes for the command to be enacted), I found that even though Reaper has supposedly quit, there were still instances of it (in one case two instances) running in memory.

Jamstix seems to run fine in Tracktion.

Intel Centrino laptop, 1 gig ram.
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:46 AM   #2
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I'm pretty sure I was running Jamstix last night on Reaper 1.11 without issue, but I will double check.

You may want to ask over at the Rayzoon forum, they have been very responsive to any issues I've had in the past.

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Old 09-13-2006, 08:42 PM   #3
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I fixed it, by playing around with the options for docking and floating the windows (-- turning off 'auto' in both cases). There was something about how I'd set things that Jamstix didn't like.

I'm sure glad about that. I want both Reaper and Jamstix to live happily together. Looks like they're talking again.

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