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Old 2012-06-23, 04:53
RawTalent RawTalent is offline
 
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Slow Sample Browser Loading Speeds!

I'll try to make this short and to the point...

We just upgraded to 6.5, run off of a Mac mini with 4 GB RAM, running on an 2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING is perfect. Only problem we're encountering is slow sample browser loads. It never happens to files created and saved on our HD (external). However, it occurs ONLY with files emailed/"Dropboxed" from another party, which are then saved and opened from our external HD.

In a nutshell, we would transfer (not copy) the file onto our external HD, open it up (opens fine), create an NN19 patch (or sampler patch, which also loads fine), but when we click on the WAV. file for Autoplay usage, it takes at least 5 mins for playback to occur. Which I'm sure you could imagine as frustrating.

Weird part about this is that this has never happened on any other occasion on any other version, than 6.5. Maybe it's just a coincidence, but could this be a bug? I wanted to experiment and downgrade back down to 6.0, but the current projects we are working on require 6.5 in order to co-work with our partners when other Reason files are emailed to us.

Looking forward to any helpful and mature responses. Thank you and God bless!!!!

Last edited by RawTalent; 2012-06-23 at 04:56.
 

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