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Old 08-29-2019, 10:54 PM
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Default xpand 2 plugin playing out of tune

My xpand 2 plugin keeps going out of tune in the middle of playing various patches. It plays fine for a little bit then all of a sudden it goes out of tune. Any fixes for this issue? I have looked at all threads on this issue and haven't found a solution. I have been using the plugin for several years and have never had this problem. I don't believe it's my Mbox. My clock source is set to internal for my Pro Tools session and my other tracks are playing just fine with the same plugin. I have 3 instances of it opened. I'm using windows 7 and running ProTools LE 8.0.5, yeah my version is old but it has been running stable for about 7+ years. Can some one help me out?
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