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Old 01-09-2020, 11:24 AM
boydwgrossii boydwgrossii is offline
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Default Loud hiss in tracks that are exported

Greetings all,

I am working with a friend on a song and am still learning how to use Pro Tools.

He has a really nice piano plugin and so we are doing piano on his Mac and I have the fun mixing tools.

We tracked a MIDI piano on his computer and run that into his VI. We exported that and then I import that WAV file and there is a loud hiss in it.

Anyone know what may be causing it? It doesn't do that on his Mac.

Thank you all.
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