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Old 02-04-2023, 11:19 AM
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So I finally bit the bullet and got my souped up Cheese Grater to Mojave (after being on Sierra forever). As I have a free day to work on singles, I loaded up Pro Tools latest build as well (moving from 2019.6). Yikes culture shock! The big downer is, for some reason, I cannot do my muscle memory "CLOSE SESSION" buttons. Actually, it's grayed out. I cannot even close a session from the file menu. I'm sure it's a new checkbox, but I cannot find it. What did I miss? I'm sure its easy..
MacPro 6 core 3.46 Cheese Grater
48 gig Ram
PT 2019. Something
192 IO and 96 IO

TDM user way back. PT user since 98.
I'm either working, sick, or both.
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