Hi, I'm experiencing a replicable crash on OSX Yosemite, where if I boot up Audiomulch 2.2.4 and add a Bubble Blower - or a FilePlayer or a Drum, and click "Select Sound File", I'll get the spinning beachball and Audiomulch will crash.
Is there some .log file I can attach to this report, or..?
Basically, every single "load file" inside the actual contraption-building-view of Audiomulch 2.2.4 will crash on OSX Yosemite.
Luckily, Sound Out does allow for saving without crashing. which is nice!
Same here, just upgraded to 10.10.3.
Maybe the Finder was updated and now crashes?
Process: AudioMulch 
Path: /Applications/AudioMulch 2.2.4/AudioMulch.app/Contents/MacOS/AudioMulch
Version: 2.2.4 (25181)
Code Type: X86 (Native)
Parent Process: ??? 
Responsible: AudioMulch 
User ID: 503
Date/Time: 2015-04-13 21:58:01.457 -0400
OS Version: Mac OS X 10.10.3 (14D131)
Report Version: 11
Anonymous UUID: 29C683B8-88F3-879B-9208-616504FF5B08
Sleep/Wake UUID: DC6D89A9-D54A-4C9F-97D9-09FBC28358F5
Time Awake Since Boot: 12000 seconds
Time Since Wake: 2300 seconds
Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000000
VM Regions Near 0:
__TEXT 0000000000001000-0000000000840000 [ 8444K] r-x/rwx SM=COW /Applications/AudioMulch 2.2.4/AudioMulch.app/Contents/MacOS/AudioMulch
Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
0 com.audiomulch.AudioMulch 0x0051f62c SocketReceiveMultiplexer::Implementation::Implementation() + 24444
1 com.apple.AppKit 0x99a3df97 -[NSSavePanel _sendSelectionDidChangeToDelegate:] + 57
2 com.apple.AppKit 0x99a3dfec -[NSSavePanel _sendSelectionDidChange] + 78
3 com.apple.AppKit 0x99a3e241 -[NSSavePanel _handleFileListSelectionChanged:] + 107
4 com.apple.AppKit 0x99a3e3ed -[NSSavePanel fileBrowserSelectionDidChange:] + 99
5 com.apple.AppKit 0x99d454ae -[NSNavFinderViewFileBrowser finderViewSelectionDidChange:] + 237
Thanks for the report. I will look into it.
I'm wondering, did this start with Yosemite 10.10.3 or was it also a problem with earlier versions of Yosemite?
I think it's only the upgrade to .3 as I am still running .2 on my laptop and there's no problem. Anyway any idea how long this is going to take to be rectified? The program is currently unusable.
yeah pretty sure new to .3. not 100% only because i've been dual booting back to snow leopard mostly. :)
loop player also crashes.
file recorder does not.
sent email with log.
Hi Ross, any update on this? I have a gig on Sunday and currently the program is unusable. I wrote earlier saying that i'm pretty sure it's only .3 as my laptop still runs it and that's still on .2
I'd really appreciate some help.
I'm sorry, there won't be a fix to AudioMulch by Sunday. I recommend that you downgrade to 10.10.2 or boot from a back-up. There is a discussion on downgrading here:
I am encountering the same problem with update to Yosemite 10.10.3 (not the previous version)...
Still no solution in view, Ross?
very best from Chile,
HI Ross, thanks for your reply. I used a different computer in the end as downgrading wsa a lot of work and the more I read the less sure I was that things would go smoothly. Any update on this issue?
I've just discovered this problem which seems to be a result of Yosemite 10.10.3
I never had problems with the previous OS
I guess its time to get out the old Snow Leopard machine until this is fixed.
Also time to turn the auto updates off as on my new machine I didn't check that they were on.
I'm having the same problem
So time to get out the old Snow Leopard machine I think
Also worth turning off auto updating , I forgot to check it was on my new machine
Hope all gets sorted soon
As Karen, i would like to know if you have any idea how long it will take to fix that bug with yosemite 10.10.3 and Audiomulch?
Downgrading is not a possibility for me as i didn't have any backup done before upgrading.
I have shows coming up and i fear i won't be able to play anything...
Let us know where you're at with this
Any news on this?
I'm having the same problem. Can't use any file players. Just chiming in.
Same problem here. I can't downgrade Osx and I can't upload any kind of sound in drums for example..... Any solution?
I realise that you are probably busy dealing with this issue, but could you please post something on any progress or update? It has now been 3 weeks without use of audiomulch. It would be most useful to at least know whether a solution is in sight?
Before I trasfer all the things for next weeks gig to Ableton is there any news on this
I'd rather not as Mulch is where I would rather be for this one
FWIW: same crashes here (Yosemite 10.10.3) - trying to select files from Drum signal generator.
first post on the forum. Downloaded the 2.2.4 demo version today and also have the same problem.
Happy to attach a log dump if that'd help analyze the problem.
Here is a preliminary build that may fix the issue (So far one tester has reported that it does):
Please let me know whether it works for you. I'd also like to know whether soundfile preview and other functions of the open soundfile dialog are working correctly.
Apologies for the delay in addressing this. There have been technical and non-technical issues in play.
just did brief test and all appears rosey in the garden again. Thank you for your work.
Thanks for the fix, works here as well. Very happy to see an AudioMulch update. Would love to see more. There's definitely still some popularity. People on the MuffWigglers forum recommend it pretty often.
Seems fine here as well
Happy that there's a fix--thanks for years of great customer service!
Thank you for this fix, it seems to work!
Students in my class reported the same "opening a file in File Player" problem but after installing and testing the beta in class all is well and working again.
I'm sure this fix was no easy feat. I'm grateful this was fixed with relative speed; at my old company this would have been blamed on the OS and maybe fixed in a year.
I turned off auto updates on Windows back in the days of WinME. I've been meaning to do the same to my Apple machines since the Mavericks debacle; now it is done.
Thanks for the beta update,
Mark the Poet
Works for me too. Thanks.
I can cponfirm that this happen even on Yosemite 10.10.5, mow i'll try your fix Ross, thanks for this !
I've just tried the fix and works as acharms, even the sopun preview and the stop sound preview.. thank Ross
Hi Ross, I'm afraid that I am having the same problem again. I have updated my OS to 10.10.5 (14F27) and audiomulch keeps quiting whenever I try to open a file. I tried reinstalling the last fix, just in case, but no luck. Can you please estimate a solution and approx timeframe as once again I need it for an upcoming performance!!!
You can now download AudioMulch 2.2.5, which (hopefully) fixes this issue. (There are no other changes, and no Windows build.)
I apologise for the delay in releasing this. As many of you know, there has been a beta version circulating for a while. I wanted to be sure that the fix worked before releasing a final version.
Thanks to everyone who helped with beta testing.
P.S. I will post something about AudioMulch 2.3 soon.
"P.S. I will post something about AudioMulch 2.3 soon."
Fantastic news Ross!
2.3? Damn, thats exciting news!
I was very impatient the last days, good news now. I'm looking forward a new roadmap, too, Ross. Can we support you in something? Audiomulch stays kind, "live" stays ugly!
Don't know, where to place my post, but who want to see the many thoughts Ross made, his own webside was worth a glance! "www.rossbencina.com"
I'm afraid that I continue to have troubles. My patches just keep on crashing. It seems to happen more when using the metasurface. I have donwloaded all of the updates etc and am running yosemite. Please help as this is becoming unusable for me. Thank you.
Whatever your problem is, it's unlikely that it is the same problem that other people reported. (Since everyone else that I've been in touch with had the problem resolved). Is the crash happening when you try to open sound files, or at another time? Are you using any plugins? Do you use the Metasurface in full-screen mode?
Please could you dig out the crash logs and email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
(Crash logs can usually be found by running Applications > Utilities > Console. In the left hand tree under User Diagnostic Reports you should see some labeled AudioMulch. You can right-click and select to email them. You should also be able to find them in as files in ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/).