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Old 05-08-2014, 11:29 AM
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Default Crashing last night's session - I suspect Gobbler

Well I pretty much don't have any issues in most of my PT11 recording sessions. If I do, it's when I'm doing something dangerous like running a lot of Steven Slate VST plugs in the BlueCat MB-7 Mixer.

Last night every time I was recording, I'd get an error message thrown up on the screen and the recording preview would go black and the track would become unresponsive.

The only new thing going on is the installation of Gobbler and setting it up to automatically back up certain files. I quickly closed down Gobbler but even then I would get crashes.

Anyone else seen this sort of thing happening? I searched this forum and didn't see anything that matched this issue.
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