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  • [SOLVED] lots of crashing...

    I'm merely loading samples into Kontakt on a remote server (mac Mini)

    When playing back the samples from Cubase, both VEP6 on the remote machine as well as Cubase crash...

    Well... they don't crash because I don't get a window saying: your program crashed.

    It's as if VEP is sending a QUIT command to Cubase on my main machine.  All instances of VEP are decoupled.
    When this happens, VEP6 on my slave will restart, ask me if I want to reload the last saved session after a crash. However, when I click on YES, nothing happens.

    DAW: Cubase 8.5.  
    8D Taiko Sticks High, Mac OS 10.10.5
    64GB Ram

    remote machine
    Mac Mini, 2Ghz Intel Core i7: OS 10.9.5
    16GB Ram

  • Hi schlossax, 

    Thanks for the report.

    Does this also happen when the instances are NOT decoupled (click "Decouple ALL" in the VE PRO plug-in in Cubase)?


    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • I will try and report back.


    Ive also noticed VEP crashing on my DAW machine after perios of inactivity.

    Even when Cubase isn't open, if I leave the computer for a few hours, I come back and VEP6 has crashed.

  • Hi schlossax, 

    Please send your crash-reports with short descriptions of the steps to reproduce to, our developers will analyze them and provide a fix asap. 



    Paul Kopf Product Manager VSL
  • Hi Paul


    I suspect these crashed might have had to do with the fact that I did not have the latest eLicenser at the time.

    I'm happy to report that after downloading it, it's been quite stable!

    Could be a good thing to let people know they should download the latest eLicenser OR, that the eLicenser is downloaded/installed when you install VEP6.

    It's entirely possible that I missed that note if you've already included it.


    thanks for the quick response on this matter