Hi @Lawrence_fx, thanks for the reply.
To respond to your questions:
Are there any particular folders that can cause a crash with certainty, or does the behaviour seem 'random'?
I had an unrelated technical problem with my computer and ended up upgrading my RAM. I am not able to crash Geist 2 just by going into folders anymore, so I am assuming this was memory related (went from 4 to 16GB). I used to be unable to go into folders with large numbers of samples in them, for example some of the folders in my NI Battery library, or large folders of home recorded sounds.
Were there any particular functions/controls you had enabled when crashes occurred with long samples and with Looping set as the playback mode?
I can still crash Geist 2 by loading a kit that uses the "Random" modulation source. So for example I have a kit where I assigned the Random function to the loop start and end points for 7 pads, and Geist 2 really doesn't like that apparently. I have the filter module activated on those pads, otherwise there isn't anything too complex going on in the patch. It seems stable at very low BPMs, so maybe this is a memory issue again? But my RAM is maxed out...
Also, which version of Live 9 are you currently running?
I am running 9.7.1, 64 bit.
Love the software, and the addition of modulation is killer. I just need to get to a point where it's a little more stable. Thanks,