I had Cubase crash an hour ago when I clicked on duplicate track. Here is the crash log, please help me find the reason because I’m getting at least 2-3 random crashes a day with Cubase, not always when i click “duplicate track” sometimes when I’m rendering in place something, sometimes just by moving a mouse etc. Cubase 12_2022-04-14-132134.diag.zip (9.6 KB)
Can confirm I’ve had multiple crashes in similar instances whilst working within tracks. if you’re someone like myself who has just purchased a new M1 running Monterey you don’t even have the option of downgrading your OS, I had about 5 crashes in no more than a couple of hours today, C12 in my case is unusable and I don’t see any kind of resolution anytime soon, to put things into context BigSur was released over a year ago and only just recently in the 6-8 weeks or so, have!! … and I use this term loosely Most:v:t4: Of the bugs and issues been ironed out such as third party software companies got their poop together and updating firmware so that plugins are compatible and we finally have a DAW that is basically issue free. Shy of a miracle I’ll be switching back to PC before the end of the month
@Martin.Jirsak@Matthias_Quellmann can I get some info? I really don’t know who to ask about these issues, I tried searching for Cubase support, but I can’t get it since it’s not supported in my country.
Oh I see. I started looking now at those crash files myself, and I noticed of the last 6 crashes, 5 were caused from “Dispatch queue: com.apple.NSURLSession-work”, and 1 was from “UALogWriter”. I’m sending those crash logs here, if you don’t mind having a look. My question is, what are my next steps to solving this? Obviously for UAD related stuff I will contact UAD (which as a matter of fact I did couple of minutes ago), but what about this “com.apple.NSURLSession-work” causing crashes. What is that? Crashes.zip (141.4 KB)
Dropbox no, but I do use Backblaze with continuous backup option, so essentially every time there is something new on my computer BackBlaze uploads it. It’s a fairly common practice to do that though and I’m sure there are plenty of people who do it with Backblaze. Could it be that?
I’m not sure if this is the correct place to piggy-back off of this thread, but I am also getting 10 to 15 random crashes in Cubase 12 (and 11 Pro).
I am on an first-gen M1 macbook pro, and am on the latest Mac OS version. I also have the latest version of all my plugins, audio interface, etc.
The crashes happen at completely random moments. It might be when I add a plugin, when I remove a plugin, when I make a new track, when I delete a track, when I try to bounce a project, etc. Basically any action has the potential to make Cubase completely disappear.
This was not the case at all a few months ago with Cubase 11, but even Cubase 11 is crashing more often and I’m not sure why. It’s possible that the latest Monterey update is causing that, but it’s such a big issue that I’ve ever so slightly considered using a different DAW, which I would hate to do.
I also cannot use Cubase in Native Silicon mode because too many important plugins are not in VST3 format yet, so I have to stay in Rosetta mode.
I am also using Dropbox but I do not store any Cubase preference data on it. I have some project files on Dropbox, but I also have others that are not, both of which can crash.
With that said, Dropbox has been a recent addition to my system. Unfortunately I don’t remember when I added it, and I don’t remember if adding Dropbox coincided with Cubase starting to crash so frequently.
Dropbox is probably not your issue then. Based on the crash report it looks like the Metric AB plugin could have something to do with it. I’d send your crash report to Steinberg and see what they think.