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Old 10-06-2014, 08:23 PM
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Default Emix v6 VCA spill

Is anyone else having problems correctly spilling VCA with the newest v6 of the emix software? Here's what I'm seeing...

I select a VCA from one of my attached PTs and lay it out on the console. Lets say this VCA contains some stereo BG tracks. When I attempt to spill the VCA, channels that are not associated with the VCA spill in the designated spill zone (ie. dial tracks or verb returns).

The VCA functionality within the PT works fine on those faders, its just getting to the members thats a problem.

This doesn't happen every time, but it happens enough to get very annoying. I've tried re-creating the VCA as well as importing session data to a brand new PT session. I've even gone as far as deleting the Eucon/Emix preferences with the avid eucon pref script. No luck here.

Wondering if any other S5 users are seeing the same thing?
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