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Old 01-04-2013, 11:51 AM
RonInLA12 RonInLA12 is offline
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Default Mute / Solo buttons... ALL on or OFF

ProTools M9. glitch

If I want to solo or mute ONE track....... ALL of the tracks are muted or solo'd.
I am only clicking on the S or M. Not using "control" or anything else. I know how to select ALL S or M when i want to. I don't want to.

I thought it might be "group" related. Have not created any groups... but I deactivated the default "all" group...... doesn't help.

And speaking of help.........HELP!
Thanks in advance
ron
Update: 6:49pm Pacific Rebooted a few times and now it's working properly. No idea why

Last edited by RonInLA12; 01-04-2013 at 06:51 PM. Reason: problem "solved"
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