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Old 03-21-2012, 12:32 AM
MisterLbx MisterLbx is offline
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Default MIDI Editing Problem. Please Help, Album Deadline SOON

Hello all.

Well, let's start with the basics.

iMac 24" OSx Snow Leopard
Protools M Powered 8
EZ Drummer

My bands album is due very soon, (still have to get it to the mixer)

Either way, I am trying to edit the MIDI drum information and all was well until all of a sudden in the MIDI edit view, the grid dissapeared.

Here is a picture:


I usually could change it from 1/4th note, half note, whole note, etc...Now I have NO GRID and this very important so I can line up the samples. I tried clicking and unclicking a million things.

Restarted protools, restarted the comp, even tried a new session and nothing. Anyone else know how I can fix this. Any help is much appreciated. Please and thank you.
iMac 24" OSx Snow Leopard
Protools M Powered 8
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