FabFilter has issued the following statement:
"After releasing an update for all FabFilter Pro plug-ins on March 13, we discovered a bug in Pro-Q 2 that would cause a crash when dragging a band to the far left side of the display. This has now been fixed in version 2.11.
"This update is fully compatible with previous versions, free for existing Pro-Q 2 users, and we recommend everyone to update to this version as soon as possible."
The update is free for registered users.
"Flash storage" is the generic term for any type of drive, repository, or system that uses flash memory to store data. Flash storage's memory is a form of EEPROM (Electrically-Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory), although flash differs from conventional EEPROM in the way that it erases data. Flash erases whole blocks of data at a time, rather than on a bit-by-bit level, as conventional EEPROM does. A block stored on a flash memory chip must be erased before new data can be written to the microchip. Unlike dynamic RAM (DRAM), standard EEPROM and flash are nonvolatile memory.