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Here is what Mixcraft users are saying:
Mixcraft Constantly Crashing
I'm really starting to get frustrated with Mixcraft-6 today. I
"finally" sorted out that annoying issue with midi sequencing with my
Juno-Di where it was cutting off the first notes upon playback after
However, fixing that just caused another PIA problem.
Now when I close the program it crashes (or stops responding). It
does this EVERY TIME now. If that's not enough of a PIA.., Mixcraft
won't allow me access to my Log File now. WTH! Everytime I try to get
the log file to send it in, I get "access denied".
really getting frustrated with this program now. A lot of people I talk
to who use Mixcraft.., I find a vast majority (at least who I speak to)
are guitar, bass, and drum players. On the Audio Side of things MC6
seems to really be set up well for those people. However.., for us
keyboard players.., I'm noticing way too many failure issues lately
with this application.
What am I to do for support requests if Mixcraft denies me access to my Log File.?.?
Read More Here how the liars at Acoustica the Makers of MixCRAP blame everything and everyone but their buggy beta DAW.
And the Mixcraft crashing just keep on coming.
Look how Mixcraft fucked this guy!
I just finished making probably the greatest song that I've ever made,
and when I went to play it back, a message popped up for half a second
saying something like, "Mixcraft in experiencing a crash... ...a
synthesizer problem with Alien 303 Synthesizer has caused... ...Alien
303 Synthesizer will be muted." The '...'s are all parts that I skipped
over so I could read the whole gist of the message before the
application closed and a Windows 7 error message appeared, stating that
Mixcraft 6 has just crashed (No duhhh!!). Now, whenever the project is
played back, Mixcraft crashes. Only when I hit the play button. I
tested all the synth lines individually, and they worked fine for a
minute and then mixcraft crashed again. Mixcraft hasn't shown any more
error messages before crashing, and it doesn't even leave any log files.
More Mixcraft crashing! WHAT A PIECE OF SHIT!
Every time I try to open a mixcraft file with both an instrument track
and an audio track, it doesnt open properly and it crashes. This occurs
80% of the time and I am getting extremely frustrated because I have
been writing a track with guitar and drums.
It may have something to do with the drum plugin that i'm using but im not too sure.
The plugin I just mentioned is the EZ Drummer Drumkit From Hell if you need to know that.
My system has 8gb ram and an i5 core.
Once again a customer's Mixcraft crashes and the liars at Aounstica blame the computer.
Mixcraft crashes on me a lot. It seems to crash when I
ask of it to do a large task. For instance, if Im working really quickly
and il be slicing a clip up, something will cause mixcraft to have a
hiccup and then crash. This happens with a vast amount of things to me.
Another thing that bothers me, is that I feel that when there are a LOT
of sound clips in 1 project Mixcraft becomes extremely sluggish in
playback, making mixing and mastering almost impossible. If I let the
terrible laggy playback continue, the screen will freeze and then will
lead it to mixcraft crashing again. Another crash I get often is when I
copy a big segment of the song im working on and when I paste it (in the
correct track and everything mind you) the software will crash due to
the sheer size of the clipboard im copying it to.
Midi crashes Mixcraft
Looks like there is an even bigger issue; Mixcraft isn't allowing midi
to be sent to Livemachine; it's only sending to the instrument track so
it looks like its a no go at the moment.
Lucky I own Reaper as well
Another disgruntled Mixcraft crash victim complains...
I've been using Acoustica Mixcraft since version 3, I think it's a fantastic software because it's simple to use and the workflow is smooth and intuitive
The problem is that Mixcraft (even in recent versions 5.x) in extremely unstable
I don't make "modern" music, I mean... I don't need loops, samples or
whatever, but I make HUGE use of VST. Tipically I have 8/10 tracks with
Spectrasonics stuff, Superior Drummer, Absynth and other "heavy" VSTi...
and ALL of them have VST effects like Waves, T-Racks and so on...
The result is that a certain point... BOOM!... Mixcraft crashes or start
an unpredictable behaviour... need to say I lost some project, too
So the question is... what host could be SIMPLE (in workfolo and
interface) like Mixcraft, but SOLID also after a ton of VSTi and effects
I'm on a quite good PC machine
Let me be clear, Mixcraft is a TOTAL PIECE OF SHIT! While Mixcraft as the potential of being a decent DAW as it stands now it is pretty much worthless.