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Old 11-13-2021, 01:46 PM
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Default auditioning sounds in the bin takes me back to start??

Every time I audition sounds in the bin by going OPTION/CLICK on the AIFF file, the timeline for some irrational reason loses my timeline position and sends me back to start -- timecode "zero". How can I alleviate this insanity just because I wanted to audition a sound?

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