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Old 02-02-2002, 07:24 PM
niki111 niki111 is offline
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Default Tab to transient

Can anyone tell me if this feature works on protools le 5.2 with a digioo1? It s on the upper left corner and when you cliclk it it move the curser up to the next peak in the waveform when you hit tab-thanks!!! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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Old 02-03-2002, 05:03 AM
Mr T Mr T is offline
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Default Re: Tab to transient

I don't think PTLE even has a 5.2 version available yet (TDM only; 5.2LE should be available in...well nobody really knows/care?...), so...
Or did I miss an episode?...
Meanwhile, Tab to transient works perfectly on version 5.1.1(so I guess it should also work on the next version, unless Digi suddenly decides that this feature should also be banned from the "light word" and be reserved to TDM...).
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