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General / Miscellaneous / random buggyness caused by bad PSU
« Last post by chrisNova777 on Today at 11:48:49 AM »
just writing a quick note to remind some people that theres many different problems that
can be caused by using a bad PSU for your computer

i recently had the problem of bad SPDIF audio coming from my built in REALTEK SPDIF output,
i tried many things to fix it - replaced the cable 3-4 times only to find the problem resolved itself when
i finally replaced the psu with a 500watt power supply replacement
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focusrite Saffire (2004?)
https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/focusrite-saffire
The Saffire's eight analogue outputs can be set up for surround monitoring, or they can be used to provide separate monitor mixes


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Macintosh Requirements:
os: Mac OSX Panther (10.3.3 or later)
cpu: PowerPC G3/800Mhz or PowerPC G4/700Mhz (1.2hghz G4 REccommended for 192kHz)
memory: 256MB or More
 
Windows Requirements:
OS: Windows XP Home/Pro
Computer: XP compatible PC with Firewire Port
CPU: Pentium/Celeron 900Mhz or Higher (P4 2ghz or higher for 192kHz)
Memory: 256MB or More

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max level of apps for 32bit computers / operating systems:

Final versions compatible
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Cubase 8.5 (Dec 2015) is the FINAL version that will be 32bit compatible
FL Studio 12 (Mar 2015) is the final version supporting 32bit os
Reason 8 (Sep 2014) FINAL version of reason that supports 32bit
Ableton Live 9.0 (Mar 2013) is the FINAL version that will be 32bit compatible
Pro Tools 10 (Oct 2011) is the fINAL version pt that supports 32bit operating systems


other Versions STILL compatible
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Digital Performer 9.51 is still 32bit compatible
Sonar X3 will work in 32bit windows
Cockos Reaper 5.961 still supports 32bit windows




Recent Releases:
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Reason 10.2         Sep 26, 2018
Reason 10.1         May 8, 2018
Live 10            Feb 6, 2018
Cubase 9.5         Nov 15, 2017
Reason 10         Oct 25, 2017
Digital Performer 9.5      Sep 12, 2017
Cubase 9.0         Dec 7, 2016
Reason 9         Jun 21, 2016
Cubase 8.5         Dec 2, 2015
Presonus Studio One v3.0   Jun 30, 2015
Digital Perfomer 9      Jun 23, 2015
FLStudio 12         Mar 16, 2015
Pro Tools 12         Mar 23, 2015
Reason 8         Sep 30, 2014
Reason 8         Sep 30, 2014
Sonar X3         Sep 30, 2013
Pro Tools 11         Jun 21, 2013
Cubase 8         Dec 3, 2014
Live 9            Mar 6, 2013
presonus studio one v2.0     Oct 31, 2011
Pro Tools 10          Oct 20, 2011

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Ableton Live! / v9 is the last 32-bit version of Ableton Live
« Last post by chrisNova777 on Today at 06:30:36 AM »
https://help.ableton.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001398390-Live-32-bit-discontinued

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Live 32-bit discontinued

    Operating System: All
    Live Versions: 1 - 9

Due to persistent out-of-memory crashes during use, Live 9 is the last version of Live which will be available in 32-bit. Live versions 10 and onwards are available in 64-bit only. It is possible to install two instances of Live on your computer in case you still need to continue using a 32-bit version of Live.

Note: The 32-bit version of Live 9 will remain permanently available to download in your User Account.

The 32-bit version of Live (like all 32-bit applications) can use a maximum of 4GB of RAM only, which can quickly be exceeded when using large multisamples or memory-hungry plug-ins, resulting in crashes. In contrast, the 64-bit version of Live can use a theoretical maximum of 16 exabytes of RAM - much more RAM than computers actually have. This means you can work with Live Sets that are much larger and more memory-intensive than in the 32-bit version.

Legacy Plug-ins: If you are using legacy 32-bit plug-ins, please read our articles on using JBridge or 32 Lives to bridge plug-ins on Windows and Mac.

Further reading: For more information check our 64-bit vs. 32-bit FAQ.

more system requirements info here:
https://help.ableton.com/hc/en-us/sections/115000582970-System-Requirements
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General / Miscellaneous / Re: Looking for a Jamport
« Last post by sleestack808 on November 12, 2018, 03:10:03 PM »
Anyone got a jamport they can sell? Doesn't look like its happening.