[Solved] Mackie Finalmix V1.01 Vst Crashes

Crash while trying to load Mackie Finalmix v1.01 VST in Renoise 2.6.0 (Final Version)

Logfile says :

VstPlugs: Trying to instantiate C:\VSTPlugins\FinalMix\FinalMix_VST_v101.dll  
VstPlugs: Analyzing VST plugin 'Loud Technologies.: FinalMix_VST_v101', Unique ID:4607320, Version:2  
VstPlugs: Instantiate OK  
CrashLog: Handling Exception! Code : C0000005  
CrashLog: 0012F010: ??? +00000  
CrashLog: 005C2DD3: ??? +00000  
CrashLog: 00B04E13: xmlUCSIsCat +314653  
CrashLog: 00B05740: xmlUCSIsCat +314F80  
CrashLog: 00B0576B: xmlUCSIsCat +314FAB  
CrashLog: 005CD485: ??? +00000  
CrashLog: 005CD64F: ??? +00000  
CrashLog: 00BF1512: xmlUCSIsCat +400D52  
CrashLog: 00BFE7EF: xmlUCSIsCat +40E02F  
CrashLog: 004AF0F9: ??? +00000  
CrashLog: 00C02075: xmlUCSIsCat +4118B5  
Application: Caught an unhandled exception (Thread: GUI)!  
Application: Saving a backup...  
Error Message: A fatal error or crash occurred (unhandled exception in thread: GUI).  
Error Message: A backup of the current document was saved at  
Error Message: 'C:\Users\Trackah123-Laptop\AppData\Roaming\Renoise\V2.6.0\CrashBackups\BTTF-BugLoad_11_2_2010__2_21_crash.xrns'...  
Error Message: This either happened because of a bug in Renoise, or because of a bug in one of its loaded components (plugins). Please contact <bug> and report this problem, so that it can be fixed.<br>
Error Message: Note: It's very important that we know exactly what has happened (what you were doing before this message popped up), or the problem cannot be replicated/analyzed. Please include a description of what you were doing and which components were being used...<br>
CrashLog: Handling Exception! Code : C0000005<br>
CrashLog: 00BED052: xmlUCSIsCat +3FC892<br>
CrashLog: 00BED10B: xmlUCSIsCat +3FC94B<br>
Closing log file...<br>```

This plugin works fine in 2.5.1 <img src="https://files.renoise.com/forum/emoticons/default/smile.gif" class="bbc_emoticon" alt=":)"><br>
Nobody knows what could cause this?</bug>

Just tried an updated Mackie Finalmix (Acuma/Loud Technologies) and this one seems to work fine.