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Old 08-23-2006, 03:51 PM
jgoetzfr jgoetzfr is offline
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hi everyone,

i've got a strange thing on PT (on my macbook 1.83, with 2Go ram). During a work session, when reccording or just playing what i've reccorded before a "tic" sound appears progressively. I don't really know how to describe you this sound. It's something like one of my track were saturating. But any track is saturated of course. The only thing i've found to make it dissapear is to change the DAE in the set up. the DAE is on level 2 (recomanded), I put it on level 1, and then I put it back in level 2, click "done", and this anoying sound disappear.

Does anyone knows an issue for that ?

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