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Bogu posted a new Bug Report, “Reaktor Poly OSC freeze

Reaktor Poly OSC freeze


Vuo version: 

OS version: 

  • OS X 10.11

How severely does this bug affect you?: 

●●●○ — It prevents me from completing a specific task with Vuo.

Steps causing the bug to occur: 

Have you found a workaround?: 

not yet. searching...

Other notes: 

i want to control Vuo patches via OSC from Reaktor. I'm sending various messages that affects certain aspects of my vuo compositions like size of a torus controlled by polyphonic envelope. Everything works fine untill i get to the 5'th voice. In the composition i've uploaded there is the same structure copied several time. The blue one is the fifth voice that causes vuo to freeze [ i have to restart my mac each time problem occurs ] . At first i was thinking maybe i'm sending too many OSC messages , but i have change the structure so that it doesn't receive so many continuus values , only on/off from each voice and Vuo was doing animation on it's own[ its not included in the uploaded composition]. So I don't think it's due to OSC. When i'm in the 4 voice boundries everything else works as charm - i can send other OSC messages to other parts of composition without any problem. The only problem is when i copy the same structure for the fifth time and start palying my synth , after reaching fifth voice Vuo freezes and so do my mac.

Mac Pro (Late 2013) 3,5 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon E5 16 GB 1866 MHz DDR3 ECC AMD FirePro D500 3072 MB x 2


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timwessman's picture

Might be same case-sensitivity problem when adding vuo.audio.send -node to composition. With that node, console shows same getLinkerInputs() warning, but for files "RtAudio" and "VuoGLContext"

jstrecker's picture

Yes, I think you're right about case-sensitivity being the issue. I'm glad you pointed that out, or it might have taken us a while to guess! The nodes that refer to the library (including Calculate, Calculate List, Make Parametric Grid Mesh, and Make Parametric Points) call it "muParser" when it should be "muparser".

Until we get this fixed, you may be able to work around the problem by renaming the library file:

  • Right-click on your Vuo Editor.app file and choose Show Package Contents.
  • Go to Contents > Frameworks > Vuo.framework > Versions > Current > Modules.
  • Rename libmuparser.a to libmuParser.a.
  • Go to Finder. (For example, click on your Desktop so that the menu bar says "Finder".)
  • Hold down the Option key and select Go > Library.
  • Go to Library > Caches > org.vuo.
  • Delete the folder whose name corresponds to your current version of Vuo (e.g. 1.2.6).
  • Restart Vuo Editor. (It will take longer than usual to start since it will need to rebuild the cache you just deleted.)



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