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Old 04-14-2003, 11:10 PM
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Default Digi Dynamics Plug-In Causing System Crash

The Digi Gate plug-in is working fine on other sessions, but I have a 'problem session' that will crash the computer everytime I open it, unless I remove the Dynamics II plug-in from the DAE Folder first. I have twice now trashed the plug-in and re-installed it, but the problem remains.

I have 5 instances of the Gate plug-in in the already mixed session. It would be a real pain to have to re-mix and compensate for the lost gates, so my sincere appreciation goes out to anyone who can offer help. Thanks So Much.

-Rob
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