- Joe - MX 8.1 Pro, Build 418, 64-bit. i5, 1.80GHz, 8GB, Windows 10. Focusrite Scarlett 2i4, Event and PreSonus monitors, Sony MDR-7506, Korg TR61, Akai MPK249, Fender P & J basses, Ric, Strat, D35, stomp boxes and a lot of microphones, etc.
Yes, like the time that the iLok security software for an EastWest orchestral plugin couldn't handle Mixcraft checking the Windows CPU reading (only on Windows XP). It took us a while to figure that one out.
But honestly, the best way for you to to beta test software is to just use it. Make a test project, going through all the steps you'd normally go through in creating a project. If you just consciously say "i'm going to test features X and Y," you may be less likely to find hidden bugs.