Wierd plugin stuff

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retep
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Hi,I’ve just had a wierd thing happen with a plugin. I selected an input for a track to record[no plugins on the selected track] and three other tracks all with multiband eq’s plugged in went crazy, a mass of digital distortion and the meters showed levels of over 500db.Anyway bypassing the EQ’s let me track the part I wanted and restarting the box seemed to stop it altogether.Does anyone have any ideas of what may have been the problem? The session is now behaving normally. cheers pete

paul
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multiband EQ is known to be buggy, and will likely go on a blacklist whenever we start using one.

retep
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Thanks Paul for the quick reply I'll just avoid it.And thanks again for the great software.Cheers pete

funkmuffin
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Paul -- I see that there's some idea of a "blacklist" for buggy plugins. Is there anything preliminary I (we) could see?

I run into this from time to time, and it would be great to know which plugins to avoid, or some way to get rid of them altogether.

Thanks!

jrigg
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Try installing FIL plugins. It has a nice 4-band parametric EQ that works well and is stable. Your distro might have a package (on Debian it's called fil-plugins). I had the same problem with EQs until I installed it.