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Author Topic: Analog Laboratory Crashes on certain Jupiter 8 V patches when setting tempo to 0  (Read 1799 times)


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Hi Everyone,

Just exploring my new Analog Laboratory and am having so much fun with it.

I've come across this funny problem which seems to only be restricted to Jupiter 8V and only on some presets.

Where the preset has some kind of LFO trigger using the tempo slider to control the rate it will crash right out of Analog Laboratory if you slide the tempo slider to 0.

Here is a couple of examples that will crash it for me.
R&J Electrobliss

Does it do it for you too?  I'm running Windows XP plenty of RAM, disk and CPU and a UR-80 sound card.

It's not super annoying, but if you forget about it and you are tweaking your favourite sound and it crashes on you: it sometimes can make you cry because you'll never get it back :-)

Is there a setting that can fix it or is it missing a bounds check in the Jupiter 8V engine?

Looking forward to your response.



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Is the Ram usage indicator in the preset or scene indicating a 4 or 5?
I've had that happen when the Ram gets crammed.
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Indeed, after some tests we found an issue related to presets from designer "original ..." with the JP8, will be fixed in 105 (comming soon).

Adrien Courdavault
DSP & Software engineer


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