I'm nearly finished developing an app I've been working of for the past 9 months to help kids with special needs and disabilities make music. It's basically a set of 4 over-dubbers that can be activated with switches, key-presses or mouse clicks.
I've never had a crash on my mac or any of the PC's that I've tested it on but since rolling it out to beta testers I've had one crash report come in on windows Vista. Apparantly the crash occurs if the app is left running in the background for more than five minutes, no sound playing, no interaction. I've attached the screen shot they sent me.
If you fancy testing the app, here are the download links:
To use it, make sure you have a mic set up (not the built in mic, has to be an external one or you'll get comedy feedback). There are 4 "modes" at the top of the screen, Record, Play, Length and Delete, click a mode and then click on the circle in the middle of the screen to make it record, play, alter length or delete. You can drag samples on the the circles, use the keyboard numbers 1,2,3,4 to add/remove circles. If you click and hold down the mode buttons another option will appear.
If anyone has any insight into what this crash might mean I would be hugely grateful.