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Old 07-18-2013, 03:42 AM
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Default Memory leak going 11.01>10.3.6

Hi. Anyone else having issues opening in 10.3.6 after editing in 11.0.1?

My scenario is a long in-time concert (1.5Hr) (50 voices used). I'm breaking up the material, (I do save as 1.1, 1.2) then consolidation and clear-remove 1.2b prep). Then Session Copy-all audio to a new (individual song location)...reopen-the [copied-out] Song (Around 5-6 min.) Balancing and clean in 11.

When going to 10 for some needed tools I get hangs loading the (Just saved in 11) session.

I can get past this (after a force quite of the hang) by using Cocktails purge inactive memory. then re-open PT's and session.

Avid-Channel strip plugs on all tracks

Stock apple memory, Disk/timeline cache set to 5Gb
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