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Old 10-23-2006, 11:35 AM
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Default Buss Problems Anyone See This in 7.2.1?

Mac Pro, 7.2.1

Assign 3 or 4 vocal tracks out a buss. Make an AUX with that buss as it's input.

No sound gets to the Aux track.

Delete Aux track, make new Aux track.

This time it works.

Now, during a bounce to disk, I mute the AUX track so I can do a mix with no backing vocals.

I still hear the backing vocals even though the AUX is muted.

Have to mute each individual tracks to keep it from sounding.

Corrupt databases? Repair Permissions? Any tricks??

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Old 10-23-2006, 05:43 PM
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Default Re: Buss Problems Anyone See This in 7.2.1?

i've seen that in previous versions

it's digital

and that's a good thing on a certain level

i mean...with digital it either thinks its on or off.....this time it was off so you recreated and this time is it ON.

rock on!

good trouble shooting bro
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Old 10-23-2006, 10:02 PM
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Default Re: Buss Problems Anyone See This in 7.2.1?

There is another thread that discusses losing buss sends here , but the issue of having it muted and still getting audio isn't a problem for those posters.

I think the problem you have is related to the plug-ins on your aux return, and I am guessing that they are Waves. Are there plugs on your aux return?

I know this might be obvious, but make sure that your plugs are up to date, and do all of the usual troubleshooting.
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There is another thread that discusses losing buss sends here , but the issue of having it muted and still getting audio isn't a problem for those posters.

I think the problem you have is related to the plug-ins on your aux return, and I am guessing that they are Waves. Are there plugs on your aux return?

I know this might be obvious, but make sure that your plugs are up to date, and do all of the usual troubleshooting.
No not obnoxious, and you know what, I think I had an SSL Waves instance on the AUX.....I'll go check out the thread too...

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