I noticed it appens in standalone mode too... Under win 7 64bit
It appens when the piece plays many notes... For example...if i'm playing 1/8 notes with the snare, everything works fine... But if i play a 1/32 fast roll the snare unloads... Some times it appens whith other pieces playng fast notes.
If i load the pieces multiple times after the slot reset, seems that everything works...but this is a really annoying bug!
good day , i had last week a similar problem (same with unloading the kits) with eco after upgrading from 1.0 to 1.5 in cubase 6 ! i believe but i´m really not 100 percent sure that there was a problem with setting the ram buffer and load on demand (the samples are on an external hdd drive) ! but after few restarts from eco and the pc its gone now ! it works now as it should but it was also very strange for me !
can´t say about bfd2 settings as i don´t own it yet (but will get BFD2 next week as the deal in march for bfd2 are very very good) !
my answere don´t help you much as i could not locate the error and now its gone !
I'm going to install the latest version of bfd... When i'm done i'll post a screenshot... I've lready tryied to reset all the preferences and the problem is still here... It's really strange and frustrating
I've installed the latest version of BFD 220.127.116.11 and the problem is still here.
I found that is due to the "load on demand" feature. If i disable load on demand, everithing works fine.
But i really need load on demand, since i work in protools, which is a 32bit host and i need to load on my ram to avoid cymbal truncation an glitches.
I've installed my library on an external e-sata drive (7200 rpm) used only for BFD data, but i'm experiencing glitches and cymbals truncation, so with the load on demand features, with load all to ram enable i'm able to run BFD flawlessly...but with this bug it becomes impossible to use this feature :S
Maybe i must to set my preferences in a different way?
You also don't need Load to RAM set, especially in 32-bit system. I don't even need it in a 64-bit setup. That's where you're resource hungriness from a another thread is happening. I've got similar settings as far as RAM and disk cache go, but you can probably set your disk cache to 16384.
Usually, I find the thing with Load on Demand is that you have uncheck AMG and set VelRnd to 0 and play it through twice. That's why I would rather fine tune my settings (I like a certain amount of unpredictability).
As well, where is your project audio stored? This makes a rather sizable difference for not only playing the samples, but for also exporting kit piece audio. The less disk traffic on a single drive, the better (this goes for all samplers and ROMplers... not just BFD2).
Well...i'm working fine with your advices, but there's a bug...if a piece automatically unloads from the slot there's a problem... hope it will be fixed.
I want to make a question... disabling AMG, wil make the rolls more "robotic"...i'm really a "drum programming geek" and i'm searching to learn rapidly to get out realistic playing out of this baby, not only on the execution side, but mostly from the dinamic side...
I made some personal libraries to use with kontakt and i use a lot of round robin treads to avoid to trigger always the same sample if i've got a roll playing notes of about the same dinamic range.
How can i accomplish that?
I'm a bit disappointed by the "vel randomization" effect, because i can affect some programmed parts which must be played as i want.
same over here in eco 1.5 32bit (checked again) enable "load on demand" with faster playing unloads the kits and the samples sounds trunced , unplayable if it is enabled ! personal don´t need this function !
it seems to me that there is an BFD Engine bug or something ! just to mention !
have buy now BFD2 but i don´t had the time to check and test !