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Old 12-21-2018, 09:39 AM
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Default Anyone using D16 Group AAX32 on PT10

Hi,


Just bought a few D16 group AAX32 plugs. Sigmund and Deciport. nice plugs but now trying to use them in a busy session and they crash 50% of the time. Just wondered if its my system or if others have any success with these plugs.




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