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Old 11-15-2017, 05:51 AM
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Default AIR Frequency Shifter corrupts sessions

I'm sometimes using AIR Frequency Shifter to kind of fatten kickdrums in Pro Tools 10. Sometimes sessions are getting corrupt and won't open when AIR Frequency Shifter is present on a track in the session. After inserting AIR Frequency Shifter, the session opens fine 4-5 times in a row and then it suddenly gets corrupt and the session won't open or PT10 crashes.

I have tried reinstallation of both PT10 and stock plugs and I have tried wiping preferences.

I'm on Windows 7.
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