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Can anyone confirm this please. I´m on Mac 10.10.5, Studio one 3.3.1 and gets an unexpected quit when I do the following:

1. Open pool in the browser window
2. Loop on, longer than one bar!
3. Press record before the loop starts

You will then get an unexpected quit when the cursor reaches the end of the loop.
This only happens when the loop is set longer than one bar, if the loop it shorter it works normal.

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by Jemusic on Wed Oct 19, 2016 3:51 pm
As mentioned in the other looping thread I am not seeing this behaviour at all. This all works normally for me. No crashing, just recording of takes to layers as per normal.

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by henrikbth on Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:36 am
Ok, perhaps it´s a Mac thing, since I know "leonseaman" from the looping thread experienced the same unexpected quit as I do, and I think he was on a Mac as well. Would be great to have some people with Macs trying this one out!

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by henrikbth on Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:59 am
No one else that have this bug? I know it´s not an important one since most people never record with the browser window open, but if it is a bug it might be good to get rid of it perhaps.

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by leonseaman on Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:11 am
Yes, i get this issue too, as discussed in the other thread where you noted it originally.

I'm running MacOS Sierra, and Studio One 3.3.

It's something that wouldn't normally occur as i wouldn't have the pool open when recording, however it's consistent in it's manner of crashing.
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by henrikbth on Fri Oct 21, 2016 7:31 am
leonseaman wroteYes, i get this issue too, as discussed in the other thread where you noted it originally.

I'm running MacOS Sierra, and Studio One 3.3.

It's something that wouldn't normally occur as i wouldn't have the pool open when recording, however it's consistent in it's manner of crashing.


Yes, I probably never would have noticed it in normal usage of studio one since I also never record with the browser open. But perhaps it´s good to get rid of as many bugs as possible :) Let´s see if there are other Mac people who get the same unexpected quit.

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by jpettit on Fri Oct 21, 2016 8:25 am
henrikbth wroteCan anyone confirm this please. I´m on Mac 10.10.5, Studio one 3.3.1 and gets an unexpected quit when I do the following:

1. Open pool in the browser window
2. Loop on, longer than one bar!
3. Press record before the loop starts

You will then get an unexpected quit when the cursor reaches the end of the loop.
This only happens when the loop is set longer than one bar, if the loop it shorter it works normal.


Trying to get this to just The minimum steps to demonstrate the issue.

Does opening the pool have anything to do with it?
It is most likely a Mac only bug that happens quite often so we won't want to change the title to be clear or two mac users.

If you can't edit the title I can with your permission.

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by henrikbth on Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:08 pm
Yes, it only happens if the pool is open in the browser. You are most welcome to edit the title.

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by henrikbth on Fri Oct 21, 2016 2:19 pm
Btw, just tried this out in v2 as well and got the same result. So I guess its been this way all the time without anyone noticing it.

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by jpettit on Fri Oct 21, 2016 3:09 pm
Henri please put your specs in signature especially interface spec. See my signature for link.

Mac 10.10.5 users please confirm steps in OP yield same results

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by -Luis- on Fri Oct 21, 2016 10:49 pm
jpettit wroteMac 10.10.5 users please confirm steps in OP yield same results

Not happening here.
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by henrikbth on Sat Oct 22, 2016 12:55 am
Ok, I think I forgot to mention that I´ve only tried this without being hooked up to any of my audio interfaces, if that could make a difference? But the unexpected quit happens on both of my computers.

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by harveywright on Sun Mar 12, 2017 8:04 pm
I'm consistently getting the crash during loop recording. I've tried different instruments. It always crashes when using a 4-bar loop. I couldn't get it to crash with a shorter loop. I did not have the pool open.

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by musicchamber on Mon Mar 13, 2017 8:15 am
I did not encounter any problems when trying this with the following steps taken.

1) Set up a vst instrument
2) Set up a 4 bar loop starting from bar no 4
3) Armed tracks with monitoring enabled
4) Made sure the pool was open in the browser
5) Recorded instrument midi parts using 'Record Mix' and also 'Record takes to layers' from bar no.1

No crash at all, on my system.

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by henrikbth on Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:19 am
musicchamber wroteI did not encounter any problems when trying this with the following steps taken.

1) Set up a vst instrument
2) Set up a 4 bar loop starting from bar no 4
3) Armed tracks with monitoring enabled
4) Made sure the pool was open in the browser
5) Recorded instrument midi parts using 'Record Mix' and also 'Record takes to layers' from bar no.1

No crash at all, on my system.

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It seems it only crashes when recording audio, please try that. And I´ve also noticed it actually doesn´t matter how long the loop is, what matters is how long the recording is. So when you record longer than one bar S1 crashes.

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by henrikbth on Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:26 am
No sorry, it seem it needs to record 1,5 bar to crash.

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by musicchamber on Wed Mar 15, 2017 5:33 am
henrikbth wroteNo sorry, it seem it needs to record 1,5 bar to crash.


YES! It does indeed crash when recording an audio source, with pool window open in browser and setting up a loop in my instance 2 bars, and recording takes to layers.

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by tovokas on Fri Aug 16, 2019 4:43 am
Amazingly, this bug still seems to be active: latest versions of Mojave and S1, recording audio, loop active, Studio One crashes to desktop when the loop restarts... but only if the Pool tab is open. Switching to any other tab: effects, instruments, etc. and it no longer crashes.

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by joshturner3 on Sun Aug 25, 2019 1:38 pm
Just had the same issue here running on a MAC with Mojave crashes at the end of the loop pool was open.

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