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Old 11-06-2010, 11:29 AM
Bob Coulter Bob Coulter is offline
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Default Arturia Analog Factory SE

If Pro Tools 9 is already open, Arturia Analog Factory SE makes it crash. If I try and open a Pro Tools 8 recording that has Arturia Analog Factory SE on it, Pro Tools 9 immediatly crashes saying; Alert, "Bus Error" in thread "Main Thread", at address 0x0. I moved Analog Factory.dpm from my Plu-Ins folder to my Plug-ins (Unused folder) for the session that uses Analog Factory but those sounds are pretty much impossible to duplicate.

Does anyone know if there's an update for Arturia Analog Factory SE. I tried asking Arturia directly but I don't know what my Analog Factory serial number is and they won't talk to you unless you have one of their products registered with them.
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