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Old 01-27-2015, 11:11 PM
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Default Post roll playing over track

When I highlight a section and put it in punch mode, I have 2 bars of pre and post roll set and then I hit record, the problem is after the highlighted section is recorded and on the post roll I still hear what the guitar player playing and it doesn't cut out and actually play what is already recorded on the track. You don't hear anything the guitar player is doing on the pre roll and only does this on the post roll.

Any way to change this?

I only want to hear what the punch in highlighted section is and not pre or post roll but would like to still have the extra pre and post roll audio for editing.
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