asked Mar 15 '15 at 12:51 by apfeffer (11)

When I load Melda MMultiAnalyzer, it crashes Bitwig. I love the way Bitwig is able to recover from this, but is this a known problem? Has anyone else successfully used MMultiAnalyzer?

alt text Go to preferences under option

  1. Go to plug-in management
  2. press show errors found with plugins
  3. on the new popup window there should be Copy errors to clipboard press that if there is anything in there
  4. go here http://www.bitwig.com/en/support/tech-support.html
  5. Paste in message what was copied under "show errors found with plugins"
  6. Write your message and subject etc etc.

This will send a message directly to bitwig if there is a problem with plugin together with bitwig.

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answered Mar 16 '15 at 11:09 by ronnyrydgren (1.2k)

Lots of the Melda vsts are crashing bitwig. For example Mcompare doesnt work correctly and crashes bitwig when the project gets bigger. I have also Problems in using MAutoDynamicEQ...

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answered Apr 11 '15 at 11:19 by Dipe (31)

I can't get Melda MMultianalyzer to show more than one track's eg curve even when I create instances of the plugin on multiple tracks. Same with Blue Cat Audio FreqAnalyst Multi. Can't get either plugin to show multiple eq curves even when they're inserted on several audio tracks. Thankfully Melda in general is sitting well in Bitwig but Waves and Audio Thing are another story . . .

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answered Apr 17 '16 at 16:22 by Nigel (11)

@Nigel

I just found that MMultiAnalyzer instances find each other only when Bitwig Plug-in setting "Independent plug-in host for" is set to "32-bit /64-bit". I also reported that to MeldaProduction.

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answered Nov 18 '17 at 17:21 by DragD (156)

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