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Old 03-11-2008, 12:43 AM
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Default Bug in Xpand! 1 0 1 989UB for Intel-based Macs ?

I have problem with argeggios in Xpand!. If I switch between the modes
Latin Piano, House Piano and Disco Bass on a instrument part, Xpand! pitches the
part up 5 semitones. I have to remove the Xpand! plugin from the ProTools LE 7.4
session track for it to reset to original settins.

I also tried this out on a Pro Tools HD system (Mac Pro with ProTools 7.4 HD) at my
local music dealer (Tre45 in Trondheim Norway). The same thing happend there.

Are you aware of this problem Digidesign ?
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