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Old 04-23-2007, 08:20 PM
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Default Question from a Newbie - RE: Automatic Punch-In

First post and first PT project. I am using LE 7.3.1. On the 2nd attempt at trying to automatically punch a vocal part yesterday my session ( at least to me ) started acting funny. Basically i could not use my cursor (w/selector tool) to select the starting point of my punch in. It's maddening and I can't figure out what I touched or did. Any ideas on a workaround or a way to restore to previous settings.

thanks in advance.

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