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[2.1] LoopBug2 1 week 4 days ago #1

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In the Sample window, play a sample whose loop is defined.
While the sample is playing, advance the sample start point in small increments (repeat this at least 6 to 8 times to see the error).
Now press the Undo button at half-second intervals.
You'll hear Loop's voice playing exponentially.

This may cause some errors (crash, memory-leaks, etc.).
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[2.1] LoopBug2 1 week 4 days ago #2

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Stop maltreat Polyphone ah ah. That's what makes you are a good tester.

Several instances of the sample player were added when using the undo or redo button. No memory leaks but it is a bug, thanks ;) It's fixed.
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[2.1] LoopBug2 1 week 4 days ago #3

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When I encountered this error, what I did was try some loop points on the sample.
Yeah, I did some unusual processing on the sample because it didn't have a usual frequency.
I was trying to find good loop points in the "Rain" sound sample.
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[2.1] LoopBug2 1 week 4 days ago #4

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I like reports like this. I never tried to use undo / redo during playback and it triggered other sounds. Other people could have done the same.

Thanks :-)
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