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Old 05-19-2018, 05:10 PM
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Default AutoTune Pro Issues

Not sure if this is really a Pro Tools issue or just an AutoTune issue, but we've been able to reproduce it on both a PC and Mac running Pro Tools 2018.4. If you have a session with instances of both AutoTune Pro and AutoTune 8.0.x as inserts on separate tracks, Pro Tools will eventually freeze up if you open an AutoTune 8.0.x instance and they try to open an AutoTune Pro instance. Also, when you open the AutoTune Pro instance (as an insert or AudioSuite) after opening a 8.0.x instance, you don't get the new AutoTune GUI, you get the version 8 GUI even though the plug-ins shows AutoTune Pro. Once that happens, Pro Tools is pretty much hosed. Curious if anyone else has seen this? I've reported it to Antares and am awaiting a response.

Dell Precision T3500, Windows 10, Digi002, Pro Tools 2018.4
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