↓ • Admin Post author 1. Unisntall all non working waves 2. Delete all of the folders created by the program 3.
Find the register and delete keys: For x86 – HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Software Waves For x64 – HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Software Wow6432Node Waves INSTALLATION 1. Setup Waves V9R30 2.
Run the patch. From the set Waves / Waveshells folder portable VST (x32, x64, vst3) in a directory with VST (x32, x64, vst3) plug-ins. This must be done necessarily, otherwise there will be LICENSE window or nothing at all will not work 4. Start the DAW and work If does not work – do not worry, perform these steps: 1. Run the Waves License Center and copy the ID number 2.
Run Keygen paste ID number and generate a license file 3. Save the license file on the path C: / ProgramData / Waves Audio / Licenses 4. Waves License Center Hit Refresh 5. Start the DAW and work.
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I'm looking for any opinions on what the most stable/ reliable/ non-crashy or CPU-heavy version of the cracked/ patched version of the Waves Complete bundle is in relation to Logic X 10.2.2 and OSX Mavericks. Any opinions or tips from people that regularly use Waves plugins would be most welcome! I was thinking of installing the most recent bundle (Waves Complete 2016.08.30) as I'd previously been stuck on an old version for a few years that seemed to work well for me up until recently. Any insight into which version is widely taken as being the most stable in Logic X would be great. Thanks for the opinions so far! The main reason I'm asking is because with the more CPU heavy plugins such as Kramer Tape/ CLA Drums etc I experience quite frequent crashing within Logic X and I'm only able to run a couple of those types of plugins per session without my CPU spiking and overloading constantly (in some cases almost every time I press play).
It's probably in some ways down to how old my Macbook is; It's a Mid 2009 13' Macbook Pro with 2.26 Ghz Core 2 Duo processor and the max 8GB RAM installed. I recently installed a new Seagate SSHD (with 32Gb SSD portion) which has significantly increased program/ OS loading times (OS boot is now only 15 seconds compared with over 1 minute with normal HDD) but I still can't seem to run large Logic sessions full of plugins any more since updating to Mavericks. In Snow Leopard and Logic 9 5+ years ago I was able to run 30+ plugins with 40+ tracks in one session without any problems with CPU spikes/ overloads at all. I wonder if anyone else experiences these kind of problems? I probably need a new mac haha! Click to expand.
NO, a new Mac is not necessary. Didakticheskaya igra podberi paru. I still have a Leopard MAC 10.5.8 that is working fine with Logic 9.
The crucial fact may be: WHICH Plug-Ins you are using! American pie 2 in hindi free download hd. Some of them are CPU-monsters and consume a lot of memory space. A good option is to freeze the tracks that use such 'monsters'. I also have a newer Mac Yosemite 10.10.5.but i still haven't used Logic Pro X much with it. Remember that 32 Bit Plug-Ins do eat less memory than 64 Bit Plug-Ins.
Logic Pro X uses 64 Bit Plug-Ins only, they're a bit faster but consume more space. I'd recommend you an upgrade to Mac Yosemite, if possible. NO, a new Mac is not necessary. I still have a Leopard MAC 10.5.8 that is working fine with Logic 9.
The crucial fact may be: WHICH Plug-Ins you are using! Some of them are CPU-monsters and consume a lot of memory space. A good option is to freeze the tracks that use such 'monsters'. I also have a newer Mac Yosemite 10.10.5.but i still haven't used Logic Pro X much with it. Remember that 32 Bit Plug-Ins do eat less memory than 64 Bit Plug-Ins.
Logic Pro X uses 64 Bit Plug-Ins only, they're a bit faster but consume more space. I'd recommend you an upgrade to Mac Yosemite, if possible.
Click to expand.Yeah absolutely, and I've even thought of going back to Snow Leopard recently (although loads of programs I use currently obviously aren't supported any more) or just partitioning my hard drive with a space specifically for use with Logic Pro 9. I'm mainly saying I need a new mac because I just need more RAM/ a better processor to be able to smoothly run the kind of plugins I like to use (such as the 64 bit ones you mention) and my logic board doesn't accept more than 8gb RAM and that's pretty rubbish for music production these days. I feel that there's only so much you can do with a computer that has seven year old technology at this point especially when programs like Logic X use 64 bit architecture and require a lot of processing power to run. I do use the freezing option a lot when I'm using plugins I know are CPU hogs, the problem is when mixing/ writing I often automate the parameters within a plugin over the course of a song so it's often quite counterproductive to keep freezing and un-freezing tracks constantly.