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Old 09-30-2020, 01:01 PM
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Default Plugin Automatically Disables itself ???

I have a track in record ready.

I have an amp simulator plugin on that track.

I can hear-and-audition the amp simulator as long as the transport is stopped. But, once the transports starts rolling, the plugin automatically puts itself into Bypass.

Apparently, I have accidentally check-or-unchecked something to cause this to happen.

Your support, please.

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Old 10-01-2020, 10:42 AM
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Default Re: Plugin Automatically Disables itself ???

Things to try:
1-disable automation on that track(just in case there is some accidental automation at work)
2-make sure LLM is off(Low Latency Monitoring at the bottom of the Options menu)
3-Make sure you are not in Input Only mode(the green I button should be off)

This is all shooting in the dark. If none of it helps, come back with some details(interface, plugin, OS, etc)
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Old 10-01-2020, 10:42 AM
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Default plugin Automatically bypasses itself ???

I have a track in record ready.

I have an amp simulator plugin on that track.

I can hear-and-audition the amp simulator as long as the transport is stopped. But, once the transports starts rolling, the plugin automatically puts itself into Bypass.

Apparently, I have accidentally check-or-unchecked something to cause this to happen.

Your support, please.

thanks,
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Old 10-01-2020, 04:48 PM
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Default Plugin Automatically Disables itself ???

LLM will bypass the plugin when in record ready mode, regardless of whether the transport is rolling or not, so I don’t think it’s that.

Checking automation as Albee said is a good suggestion. You didn’t address anything he wrote, so we don’t know if you’ve ruled that out.

TBH - I’ve come across a setting that does that. I would just trash preferences and go from there. In theory, that would remove any setting you may have inadvertently enabled.


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