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Old 12-06-2019, 01:11 PM
Flyingrockstudios Flyingrockstudios is offline
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Default Re: PT Crashes every time I reduce playback buffer

This crash happens even with an empty project, and no audio, no tracks?

Then look at your audio interface. Maybe you can take it out of follow DAW buffer size and set it to the lowest amount? Then try again in PT and see if you can change the PT buffer size down to the audio interface lowest amount.

I'm on a Mac with PT HDX 2019.10, so I can only offer troubleshooting suggestions. Otherwise, a support call to Avid?
PT 2019.10 Ultimate HDX, Dual Slate Raven MTi2, HD IO 16x16, Mac Pro 6.1 2013, Focal Solo Be6, Roland V-Drums, DW drums
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