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Sonicstage 3.4 crashing

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cristobal

Guest
Hah, i bet im the zillion with the same subject...
My history with sonicstage is pretty traumatic..
I hate this god fordamned program..
I'll try to stay on the subject..


Sonicstage 3.4 is crashing 2 seconds after i launch it.
Now i'm pretty sure it's because it can handle the playlist (for some reason).
Is there a way to delete the playlist without the program ?
I know i can reinstall, but c'mon...
Sony upyours for this sh*tty program!:thumbsdow


peace and love.


Cristobal
 

*baggie*

Standard Member
You're chasing shadows I'm afraid. Both Sonicstage 3.3 and 3.4 are extremely stable if implemented properly on computers without prior problems. Your best bet is to perservere with 3.4.
 
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cristobal

Guest
It's my gut feeling that i will always chase the sony shadow..Sonicstage will never be stable,userfriendly and intuitive...

I wanna try 2.3 again, because apparantley you can have an album with two cds, listed as one album.


Is there really no other programs to use?
 
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cristobal

Guest
As im sitting here, im begging to realize another (new) problem with Sonicstage.
Im up for the possibility that it is my computer or something else.. But there are some cds sonicstage wont import to the playlist editor. OMGjbox.exe crashes.
Some work fine, some wont work at all. They are all ripped in the same manner. Ripped with audiograbber and lame, 320kbs and joint stereo. This is on the verge of getting ludacris, at least i am feeling the insanity sneaking in...... :lease:
 

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