And my mini keyboard was immediately recognized, so I can use Scaler to feed chords to UJAM while I change patterns with my left hand over the mini keyboard, and I play the AAS Strum GS solo with my right hand over the main keyboard!
I was never able to do that with my DAWs, and here is super easy
And the workflow is all WYSIWYG, the one I love most
Unfortunately, Cantabile also crashes, in my system
It crashes as often as Ableton Live as far as I try exotic things, and I cannot export Scaler statuses from it, so I have just to give away with music, or to keep using AL accepting daily multiple crashes
There is no other way, unless I can set a dedicated system that is not an option today
Tomorrow who knows?
I’m both fascinated and puzzled by your record of being able to break software that vast numbers or people use, day in, day out, without any problems. You must have a rare and peculiar talent for somehow putting together combinations of software which nobody else has yet done, and not only that, picking combinations which unerringly cause a crash. Astounding !
Or might it just be that the software doesn’t work well on a machine running Windows Vista which has 2Gb RAM and an 8086 processor?
This should not be difficult. Open the last crashed project and play again. If it crashes again, you know the problem is somewhere in the project .Reopen the project, remove all the plugins and save it. Add one by one FX in the same order. You don’t use 25 track in your projects, do you? This should take a couple of minutes.
You can use OBS Studio (free software for video recording) and record all the time. This way, you’ll record the moment it crashes and you’ll know what was the last used FX.
Hint: Do not use OBS on the same screen as the project unless you like the effect as on Ummagumma cover. Yes, I know that you use at least two screens