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Old 12-16-2014, 05:11 PM
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Default Group clip gain adjustment problem

Hey folks,
Scenario;
I take three (3) tracks (soprano, alto, and tenor); highlight the three waves; right click and select group. Now I have one big group consisting of three tracks. I use clip gain to increase the group track 3db's. When I release the mouse, the third track in the group (the bottom track) SEPARATES from the other two, leaving me with the first two tracks as a group, and the third one alone by itself, Is this a bug? Or is there some NEW OPTION I don't know about that I need to change?
Im dealing with choir tracks and this thing is DRIVING ME NUTS!!!!
Running PT 11.2.1.

Somebody please help me!
Thanks
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