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Old 04-02-2003, 10:47 PM
apoch apoch is offline
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Default Can\'t create more than one midi track

I am using Pro Tools LE with OS X and I am working on my first session. I recorded some midi tracks with no problem and then tried to open a new patch name file for a midi track..

Then Pro Tools shut down and I lost the parts of the session that I hadn't saved. I tried to open the session again, but now every time I try, the session starts to open and then Pro Tools shuts down before it opens fully.

So I decided to start over from scratch, but now every time I try to create more than one midi track, in any session, Pro Tools shuts down again.

What did I do wrong? Has anyone seen a similar problem?

I downloaded the 6.01 upgrade but it didn't fix the problem.

Please help me.
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