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Old 09-11-2019, 01:00 PM
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Default How to Copy multiple measures (multiple tracks) from 1 composition to another

Hello Community:

Thanks in advance with you help in solving this issue in Pro Tools 12.3.1


Do you know how to copy multiple measures (with multiple tracks) from 1 composition to another?

The Import Session command does not allow you to specify the number of measures you want to import from one composition to another.

And the regular Copy/Paste command doesn't seem to work between 2 compositions.

Any ideas? Is there a name of a topic that I could research myself?

Thanks,

Mark
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