I'm experiencing some crashes with GPO (and Cubase), and I need some help.
First of all, I must say that I'm working with an old version of cubase VST (but I didn't have this problem so far, and everything worked nicely until now). I know that I should update my cubase, but I can't do it for now.
I'm working on a string quartet, and I've assigned each instrument to a solo KS string. The VST monitor shows that i'm never over 40% of the CPU usage.
Some passages are VERY fast, since I need to write each and every note of trills and tremolos. Could it be that when it's required to play very fast passages GOP crashes?
It doesn't crash during playing. It usually crashes when I try to open a score or an edit window. Cubase just shuts down, and I have to restart the computer.
I use the Key Switches a lot, could this also cause a problem? Does it matter how short a KS note is? (i.e. does it have to be "no less" than a 1/16 in a 120bpm tempo or something like that?)
I also thought that it could have been incoherent instances of the pedal markers for the legato, for instance: a "pedal down" sign to which does not follow a "pedal up". I've tryied to clean all the wrong pedal marks but it still crashes.
I've tryied to open four instances of GOP, since I thought that it was too big of a load for a single instance; I've assigned each instance to a different Midi Channel, and to a different audio output. It crashed again.
Could it have something to do with latency? What latency value should I use to be on the safe side?
Well... it think this is all, I'd really appreciate any help.