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Old 05-28-2013, 05:44 AM
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Default Master Fader issue, any ideas?

Hi All,

Recently been having some issues related to the In/Out settings on some sessions.

Possibly related, possibly not is that my master fader for a couple of sessions works as written the session....but the outputs of the tracks ignore it's fade.

Any thoughts on why tracks ignore a master fader?

I've looked at the outputs of all the tracks and they're the same as the master...

Any help much appreciated.
JD
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