OK, I admit to being a late newcomer to RMX, but better late than never. It's such a powerful beast, when I can get it to be stable that is.
The problem seems to be sometimes when I try and load the Cinematic Sound Menu. I get a crash warning and this in the Cubase log:
Exception code: C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION
Fault address: 2A1B2197 01:000D1197 E:\Program Files\Steinberg\vstplugins\StylusRMX.dll
My spec is not what it should be I realise that, but I didn't think I was overloading it so easily. In this particular situation, I have Omnisphere running as the only other VSTi, but I've frozen it, and I have no WAV's at all. So it's a fairly basic mix at the moment. RMX is configured with 3 other tracks triggering Grooves, and the total RAM showing is 257mb before I try and load Cinematic on the 4th track. I've not had any crashes caused by other Sound Menus, so I'm at a loss really as to why it crashes with Cinematic even though it's obviously a large sample file at around 190mb. I can load it as a first track and it's fine. But it seems that anything over 350mb in total or so just crashes it. So is this just a simple (though surprising at 350mb) memory issue you think?
OK, my limited spec:
32bit XP Home
Core 2 Duo 6400 2.13ghz
4GB RAM installed, but no switch used.
Omnisphere: 1.3.2c, 1.0.2, 1.3.1
M-Audio 2496 soundcard
Thanks for any advice.