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Old 05-11-2005, 12:06 PM
m-shack m-shack is offline
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Default Can\'t mute sends

Just got my Command8 in and trying all the features but Muting Sends isn't working, at least according to the manual. I'm running v6.9 TDM. When I press the apple/ctl button, I see the select light turn green where the send it, but pressing select doesn't mute it, or turning it red. If I mute the send via the mouse on the screen it shows up red. Thanks!
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Old 05-12-2005, 11:29 AM
John Pisciotta John Pisciotta is offline
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Default Re: Can\'t mute sends

Yeah, 6.9 has lost the command funtionality. digi techs know about it, its a drag going backwards like this. they were working fine in 6.7.
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