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  1. @Scott Wheeler @Noel Borthwick Apologies for my slow response- I haven't forgotten. I will have a look again later in the week for crash report and send to Developer. FYI I have since deleted Camel Crusher and I have had no issues with Sitala since. Many thanks and apologies again for lateness.
  2. Many thanks. I've sent the developer the dump file.
  3. Many thanks for this spot. Drawing on this point I did have both Sitala 32bit and 64bit downloaded. Apologies I am not tech savvy so it is possible that I had been using the 32bit version. I have now removed this. Will update thread on any further crashes.. It is possible I will get rid of Sitala all together depending how I get on. Edit: I have also removed CamelCrusher and will use newer distortion plug-ins from now on.
  4. So I can't use Sitala at all? Why should I have this problem and other people don't seem to have the problem, and why should the problem start now?
  5. Dear Cakewalk community, My cakewalk has started crashing when I play my project files. The music will play for approx. 2 seconds before crashing and exiting the software with no error message. Just to give some background: I was having issue with exporting WAVs of my project which was also crashing the software (exporting mp3 files seemed fine though). Anyway I think the exporting issue is fixed. I suspected this was due to workload or memory on the computer, so I went through my files and deleted unused files especially from my downloads folder. This was to free up space. All the VSTs that I use are also in a Cakewalk plug-ins folder. I have opened up crashlogs and it seems that Sitala VST is the issue. Here are some examples from the crashlog: EXCEPTION_RECORD: (.exr -1) ExceptionAddress: 00007ffa840e3973 (Sitala!VSTPluginMain+0x00000000003d6d33) ExceptionCode: c0000005 (Access violation) ExceptionFlags: 00000000 NumberParameters: 2 Parameter[0]: 0000000000000000 Parameter[1]: 00000000000000f4 Attempt to read from address 00000000000000f4 STACK_COMMAND: ~0s; .ecxr ; kb SYMBOL_NAME: Sitala+3d6d33 MODULE_NAME: Sitala IMAGE_NAME: Sitala.dll FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: NULL_CLASS_PTR_READ_c0000005_Sitala.dll!Unknown I have re-installed Sitala several times and it makes no difference. I was wondering if anyone has any advice on what to do? Other plug-ins I use are Surge, Molotok, TAL dub delay, and CamelCrusher. Interestingly my smaller project files seem to play ok even though these also involve Sitala, so maybe it is a performance issue? I never had issues before today/before I started exporting large projects as WAVs. Many thanks in advance, PS It has also just crashed when trying to freeze a track. The track used Sitala.
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