Do you have an MSI motherboard by any chance? Can you see NahimicOSD.dll anywhere in your stack trace when it crashes?
Apparently this is a real dogshit audio extension and googling it or A-Volute or any related software produces pages upon pages of people having problems with it in seemingly unrelated software. On top of that it seems to border on malware in that it’s near impossible to remove. In my case i did a system wide search for NahimicOSD.dll and renamed it to something else and I am now able to resize my (non audio playing, WTF are you doing, nahimic?) window with reckless abandon. I have no idea if this will cause problems elsewhere but it does appear to address the problem at hand.
Modern software is garbage
I’ve found a slightly less blunt instrument approach, it seems that Nahimic are all too aware of how terrible their software is, so it comes with a blacklist chock-full of process names it knows not to interfere with. In my case adding
BasicApp.exe to the bottom of
C:\ProgramData\A-Volute\A-Volute.28054DF1F58B4\Modules\ScheduledModules\Configurator\BlackApps.dat (will likely vary on your machine, assuming this is indeed the problem) made NahimicOSD.dll keep its grubby mitts off my render loop.