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Old 08-04-2014, 09:06 AM
notedmusic notedmusic is offline
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Default Instrument track "auto" fades... but sound metere stays level?

Hi again everyone. I have a problem in that when I use an instrument track and mute/un-mute as automation, after it hits the nu-muted section I loose my volume overtime, but the output meters will stay the same. Even if I manually add points into the volume graph it will "fade out" in-between the points. This is not visible on the graph, only audibly.

Kinda weird. And reproducible.

Using XPAND. Nothing "looks" out of the ordinary but it sure sounds so.

PT 11.2 OSX Mavericks
Composer/Sound Designer
MAC PRO 32gb ddr3 12-core 1TB D700 "DarthVader"
Pro Tools 11 HD
HD Omni/Thunderbolt Native
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