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Old 05-30-2007, 11:46 AM
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I just bought an asus motherboard 975x chipset, core 2 duo 1.86 and a 1 gig stick of ddr2. hooked up my digi 002, opened protools 7.0 LE and opened a high track count session I've been working on and started adding Waves Renaissance Rverb plugins to see how the core 2 duo would handle it. It ran smooth with 4 of the Rverbs open then protools froze dead in its tracks when I opened the 5th Rverb. It gave me the Access Violation Occur error.

What is an Access Violation Occur? I've been working with PT LE 7 for over a year and have never seen this nor could I find it in my PT 7 reference guide.

Any help would be great.

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Old 05-30-2007, 12:09 PM
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Access Violations occur when the program, or (this is very important here) a plugin that the program is using, tries to do something that it cannot do. It could be accessing plugin functions that are no longer available in the program due to updated code, or trying to access a file that has been compressed but still has the same file name, or one of many other reasons.

Make sure that you are using the latest versions of all your plugins (waves especially), and that you have not compressed files on your session drive using Window's "Disk Cleanup" feature. (these are two major causes of access violations).


Also (and I'm just curious here); why 5 reverbs? In most sessions, the illusion of space that a reverb creates is usually only used once or twice to create the illusion of one or two different rooms and can be inserted on an aux and bussed to by tracks that share the same "illusion". 5 seems a bit extreme, and (especially with reverbs) very CPU intensive.
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Old 05-30-2007, 01:03 PM
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Thanks! That helps.

"Also (and I'm just curious here); why 5 reverbs? In most sessions, the illusion of space that a reverb creates is usually only used once or twice to create the illusion of one or two different rooms and can be inserted on an aux and bussed to by tracks that share the same "illusion". 5 seems a bit extreme, and (especially with reverbs) very CPU intensive."


I just wanted to see how much stuff the new CPU could handle for fun.
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