If you are having trouble opening your Sunday Keys for Ableton Version 2 set file, check out the Troubleshooting videos over at our Sunday Keys for Ableton Resource Page as well as these things:
- Turn off IAC Driver. If you need to use it, open Ableton Midi preferences and turn “Track” “Sync” and “Remote” off for both input and output for all his IAC instances in Ableton Midi Preferences. Then he should be able to turn on IAC and then turn back on ONLY the exact midi preferences he needs on for IAC. There may be extra, unnecessary settings currently turned on that Ableton is listening to, which is causing the freeze up.
- Adjust buffer size - as long as latency isn’t bad, 512 should be fine. You'll want to just test this out on your machine.
- Trim down the Set as you feel the need by removing instruments from the "Instruments Go Here" racks present on each track, just keep in mind that you'll be affecting the layered worship patches as you do.
- Try loading the template from inside a blank Ableton Live set, so that Live is already open first.
It is strongly recommended that you have 16 GB of RAM to open Sunday Keys V2 for Ableton. If you have a Mac 2013 and older, you may have issues with Sunday Keys for Ableton 2. Some users on older/less powerful systems may not be able to open Sunday Keys for Ableton with only 8 GB of RAM. Users with newer systems and more powerful GPUs and processors should be alright with 8 GB RAM.