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Old 08-01-2008, 01:20 AM
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Default "Structure Sounds keep Registering" Problem

Guys ,

I have been using Structure for a couple of months and find that if I open a Pro Tools session which I saved before it registers all the individual structure sounds which I used in the session all over again . Shouldn't this process happen when it checked my i-lok for authorization when I start Pro Tools . All my other plugins are authorized this way including Hybrid , Velvet etc...

Pls help me work around this if possible as it sometimes takes upto 2 minutes to register/authorize all the sounds .

Thanks,

Jason
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