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Old 08-04-2023, 08:22 PM
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Default Pro Tools 2023.6 crashing with VEPro plugin (VSL)

Hello, fellow composer and pro tools users!

I've been having crash problems when opening a session with vepro and the new version of pro tools 2023.6?

I attested to this problem as soon as the update came out but I just had time to test it now. I had crash problems with other plugins in this version too, things that didn't happen before.

when I open the same template/session with the previous pro tools versions and deactivate the vepro link server tracks, when trying to reopen at 2023.6 all opens normally without crashing. Never had this problem before with vienna ensemble pro.

Monterey 12.6.5
Mac Pro 6.1
Ultimate 2023.6 (all good in the previous versions)
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