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    Default the 9.1.7 update was just released

    just downloading now.
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    Sushi Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    DAMN! Didn't see that one coming!

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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    Neither did Apple, apparently. Their release notes still point to the 9.1.6 documentation.

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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    I just updated, so far I can't see anything broken...

    Then again, I said the same thing about Cubase 6.5 and boy oh boy was I wrong...


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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    Anybody else having problems with this version? I am having constant crashes. Crashing when I convert audio to score. Crashing when I use transposition. Crashing if I am working in it randomly for no reason. It probably crashes at least once an hour, usually more.
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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    9.1.7 working fine here.
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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    No worries here either. Have you been sending the crash reports to Apple at least?
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    No worries here either. Have you been sending the crash reports to Apple at least?
    9 out of 10 crashes are the spinning beach ball of death, so I have to force quit and don't get a crash report.
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    That's bizarre. On my end, if I have to force an app, the Finder generally takes notice and puts up a dialog anyway asking if I want to send a report. I wouldn't even know how to turn that off if I wanted to...
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    I may have it backwards then. I'll make sure to send them if it actually makes a difference.
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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    Anybody else having problems with this version? I am having constant crashes. Crashing when I convert audio to score. Crashing when I use transposition. Crashing if I am working in it randomly for no reason. It probably crashes at least once an hour, usually more.
    9 out of 10 crashes are the spinning beach ball of death, so I have to force quit and don't get a crash report.

    I may have it backwards then. I'll make sure to send them if it actually makes a difference.
    Noz has ONE comment for you Kita:

    "Skill lackage".

    I ain't sayin' shit.

    9.1.7 working fine in "A"(so far) in 64-bit mode for the last 3-4 days.

    We are JUST switching to it in "B" and "C" right now.

    Fingers crossed.

    The 32 bit bridge thing is a PITA for the plugs that require it, but the operational speed differences and CPU load characteristics improvements over 32 bit ops are legion, and the most exciting difference in Logic's basic operational silhouette in quite a while, in my estimation.

    I need to haul ass much more than I need more BS whistles and bells.

    Not that I don't embrace that stuff... Just NOT at the expense of baseline op efficiency.

    OK. Kita. Kill ya.

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    PS. You running Lion or Snow Leopard? We're still in SL in all the control rooms.

    Noz has 9.1.7 in 64bit mode on Lion on his laptop and it's been as buggy as an anthill.

    Just sayin'.
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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    I'm running OSX 10.7.4.

    I am actually buying a new iMAC when they come out next week (hopefully) and was thinking about trying 64 bit.

    Also, I previously had a "non legit" version of Logic on my MBP and I purchased it. I used AppZapper to get rid of the previous version but I wonder if something of it stuck around to cause my normal version to be buggy.

    The funny thing is that my non legit version hardly ever crashed. Now that I have a real version, it crashes about 20x as much.
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    I need to haul ass much more than I need more BS whistles and bells.

    Not that I don't embrace that stuff... Just NOT at the expense of baseline op efficiency.
    I've been lax on this front lately, but the other night I learned a lesson I'll not forget in a hurry.

    I'm using Mainstage 2.0 for a sort of hybrid cover band/DJ arrangement we've got going down here. 50 minute non-stop sets, live drums, live guitar, I'm doing keys & bass guitar, plus providing the click, because my rig's been the most reliable.

    HAH!

    When software update prompted me to go from 10.7.3 to 10.7.4 I assumed I'd be fine. It's a minor point-release, and the only mission-critical software I'm running is also from Apple. I'm sure they've at least tested their own software with it, right? What could possibly go wrong?

    Turns out the answer to that question is "your macbook pro could crash with a spinning beachball around 20-25 minutes into each set and you'll lose your click AND all your fancy synths."

    I suppose I should consider myself lucky it didn't send a cavalcade of joyful square waves into the PA.

    Thankfully we're all experienced enough players to cover it without any audible problems. I just jumped on the bass guitar, then we free-wheeled it until the end of each set. But it's not an experience I care to repeat.

    I jumped on google the following day, and it seems to be a common problem. Motherfucker. Rolled it all back now (yay backups!) and it seems fine, but it appears that I may be stuck on 10.7.3. No biggie - my studio PC is still on Snow Leopard because my control surface/interface won't talk to Lion at all.

    Good lord I fucking hate computers sometimes.
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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    When software update prompted me to go from 10.7.3 to 10.7.4 I assumed I'd be fine. It's a minor point-release, and the only mission-critical software I'm running is also from Apple. I'm sure they've at least tested their own software with it, right? What could possibly go wrong?

    Turns out the answer to that question is "your macbook pro could crash with a spinning beachball around 20-25 minutes into each set and you'll lose your click AND all your fancy synths."
    Sigh. I'd been reluctant to bring my MacBook Pro up to Lion for fear of hearing stories like this.

    Hope you're right and that rolling back sorted it.
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    Default Re: the 9.1.7 update was just released

    Weird... I haven't seen an issue like this with Logic and Lion and I'm at 10.7.4. Not that I am looking for an issue, but just saying...

    I wonder if it may have to do with the way I have things set up on my unit.

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