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Melodyne 5 and Studio one 4.6.1 - preserve state crashes

Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 3:32 am
by janobermudes
Hi All,

Upgraded to Melodyne 5 this weekend which is an awesome upgrade, but its crashing studio one on some actions as follows:

1. I go back to a project where I had edited vocals with meldyne 4 and then preserved state (transform to audio). The return to realtime audio function just freezes endlessly and causes studio one not to respond. I have to go back to the version before I froze the track and edit/save with meldyne 5.

2. Even when meldyne 5 (using ara) has been the version I edit with, when I use the transform to rendered audio to flatten it, it freezes as well.


Hope these bugs can be fixed. I worked around things by using ctrl b to bounce, but Id rather preserve state to avoid me going back to old project versions for re-edits.

Thanks
Jano

Re: Melodyne 5 and Studio one 4.6.1 - preserve state crashes

Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 4:02 am
by IanM5
Feed your bugs back to Celemony: http://helpcenter.celemony.com/M5/support
They'll be keen to fix stuff quickly.

There is a 5.0.1 just out but I don't know what the changes are

Re: Melodyne 5 and Studio one 4.6.1 - preserve state crashes

Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 4:23 am
by janobermudes
thanks. I have the 5.01 release but I just posted it to their forum.

Re: Melodyne 5 and Studio one 4.6.1 - preserve state crashes

Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 4:31 am
by IanM5
Go direct to their support using their form. They are really quick to reply.

Re: Melodyne 5 and Studio one 4.6.1 - preserve state crashes

Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 7:24 am
by garyshepherd
Yes - they respond quickly. The update should help but they need users to let them know of possible bugs.

Re: Melodyne 5 and Studio one 4.6.1 - preserve state crashes

Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2020 11:26 am
by peterbaird
Had exactly the same problem. After installing M5 a session with M4 tuned vocals that were bounced would not open unless M5 was de-installed. I'll try to find the session version before bouncing, but this is kind of a pain.

Peter