Finnish wrote:I had no time to check that log-thingy today, but again GUI disappeared. And I'm quite sure there's not much Nebula or other RAM-hungry plugs in my sessions. I have about 3,5gigs of available RAM and my XP is a very cut down version, RAM usage alltogether with empty session in Reaper is about 500mb or under.
I'll check tomorrow when I have more time, but this is a bit shameful bug (IF it's a bug), I'd rather use Nebula than other plugs. Especially for compressor, Dramwer 1968 rules!!!
Anyway you can NOT stop XP RAM fragmentation, think in change to a x64 OS.
Enrique Silveti. Acustica Audio customer and technical support.
giancarlo wrote:nebula quitted perfectly. I guess reaper ran out of resources and closed all plugins.
I quitted Reaper myself, it wasn't a crash or freeze.
Some more info about session:
This was a new session. 10 tracks, 44,1khz 24bit.
At first, I tried to create non-GUI problem with JUST Nebulas. Both non-reverb and reverb version. I managed to insert Nebula on all tracks (10 instances alltogether) and everything was fine. Then I ran out of CPU-juice (laptop, 2x AMD Turion 2ghz) and I removed every instance of Nebula.
Then, I inserted two instances of Superior Drummer 2 (cut down version that I use for triggering) and the overall usage was about 500mb, SD2s used that. Then I started to add Nebulas and after 2-3 I saw the first non-GUI version of Nebula.
So, any ideas?
I REALLY want to use Nebula on my session, but at the moment it either froze my session or showed non-GUI version.
I have the same problem on my 32-bit system. I have quadcore and 4 gigaram.I insert 20 nebulas on empty project and on 21 gui disappear. I am on 10% of processing and lot of ram free. The only solution that you can make is to run nebula as dedicated process in reaper. for people who dont now. Right click on nebula fx in reaper and select run as dedicated process. It is little annoing because every nebula run in new gui,but it is only way for now. Are we the only two who have this problem? Is this possible?