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Old 11-19-2009, 02:14 AM
D'Animation D'Animation is offline
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Default GRM tools automation bug?

Hi all,

Anyone having problems automating parameters in GRM tools Shuffler? Wanted to automate the fragment and delay parameters at once whilst using the 2-D potentiometer (i know this can't be directly automated though). So went to ctrl+option+cmd click the fragment parameter and i get a main thread error - Protools crashes and have to restart, trash prefs etc. Its repeatable for delay too BUT I can go into the 'auto' menu and manually select these parameters for automation - record a pass and its fine

Anyone else finding this? Have sent same info to GRM tools support too. Running a Harpertown 8 core Mac Pro, 8GB RAM, PT's HD 8.01, HD2, Mac OS 10.5.8, GRM tools Classic RTAS bundle v.2.0
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