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Old 02-09-2000, 12:42 PM
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Default MIDI REGIONS DISAPPEAR when opening a 4.3 session in 5.0

We now have version 5 on a blue G3 and when i open an old version 4.3.1 session, all the MIDI regions are lost. The tracks and files are still there but the files in the playlists seem to be as one, i have lost all the regions. The original files are in the MIDI pool but the regions are not. Please can someone help me out as i cannot progress any further with a tune almost ready to be released

Please reply as this is a very urgent matter

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