I’m sending another crash dump file for this issue. Here’s what I think I did.
Opened the project file
Added a child track to an existing group
Assigned an input
Record-armed the track
And the crash occurred. Podium just closed. I did not deliberately quit Podium.
This should clarify the email – shoulda’ checked before clicking send. It’s gotta be something specific to my project, as I can’t recreate this with a simple stub project with nothing recorded and no VST’s assigned.
Hopefully the fresh file can shed some light on what’s going on. Lemme know what else you need.
Sent – lemme know what else you need.
Dexed is VST3 only – drats!
My Saffire Pro 40 works great – also have the Behringer ADA8000 with it via ADAT. I previously used an Akai EIE Pro – it worked fine.
On your metronome thoughts – yes – these sound great to me (no pun intended).
Would it be worthwhile to make the metronome sound folder location configurable in the Preferences dialog? Yes.
Allow “Metronome3.wav”, “Metronome4.wav” etc. to make it possible to have custom sounds for each beat. You could e.g. record yourself saying One, Two, Three, Four. Yes – but maybe configurable, as opposed to having to have a dedicated file name.
Add a second pair of bar/beat gain settings in the Metronome preferences, to have separate levels for preroll and punch-range. That would e.g. allow you to mute the metronome in the punch range. Yes – this sounds great too.
FWIW, I just upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7. My Focusrite plugins no longer work now in Windows 7 32 bit. I’ve uninstalled, reinstalled, deleted from Podium and re-imported – all to no avail.
A plugin has performed an illegal action.
And then the warning about memory corruption and suggestion to rename and restart. I’m not getting the prompt to put in the activation code. And the previous activation code file saved as a backup was present but didn’t help.
I suppose it’s possible that Windows 7, Podium 3.2.4, and these Focusrite Plugins aren’t all that compatible with each other.
I don’t know that I cared for them anymore than the Kjaerhus set of stuff anyway.
OK – so for those of you following along…..I hooked up the Casio PX330 via a USB to use that as MIDI. After wrestling with the wrong ASIO driver for the Saffire PRO 40, I got the demo version hooked up and can separately address the two MIDI interfaces as I expected.
I’m gonna dink with it a bit more to confirm, but it’s looking good so far. And, hopefully using the USB for the MIDI I should be able to avoid purchasing something like the MOTU MIDI Express 128. I’m trusting that the latency wouldn’t be any worse thru the USB cable.
Thanks for the guidance.
Thanks for the quick reply.
Is it fair to say that I should be able to use the MOTU MIDI Express 128 for the MIDI interface in Podium, while still using the Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 for audio – and thereby ignore the MIDI ports on the PRO 40? This would be along with the licensed Podium…and therefore have 8 separately addressable MIDI ins and outs with 16 channels each?