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Old 04-27-2001, 05:22 PM
Mark Wheaton Mark Wheaton is offline
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Default bounced files have Garbage at end

I have been bouncing mixes using Master X and sometimes, NOT always, the bounced file will have random garbage noise at the very end of the bounced file. If you reimport this you can see it. I then need to changed the region size, create a new fade out or just separate and Export definition to get a clean file. Is this a bug? I would be happe to send a session like this to Digi to see if necessary. I wonder if anyone else has this problem. by the way this is in small sessions with start times of 00:59:00:00 or so and are no more than one hour or less including within minutes of the start time. these are sessions with small numbers of tracks and very few plug-ins. Also, if several regions are bounced only some have the problem.

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