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Old 01-08-2010, 04:34 PM
Sevenlights Sevenlights is offline
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Default EA issues 8.0.3 SL

Had a strange issue today, I was manually placing an analysis marker within some comped regions and when I placed a certain marker it would change my region comp. It looked like the placed marker caused the region I was working with to extend over top of the previous regions.

Also, I'm still having the issue where I quantize my warp markers, the attack of the note appears to move with the marker, but when I listen back it clearly hasn't been quantized. When I commit the EA the waveform shows what I heard. It's like the graphic representation gets quantized but not the audio.

PT HD 2 8.0.3, 10.6.2 2x2.66 GHz 4gig ram.
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