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Old 04-10-2008, 07:02 PM
alfadog alfadog is offline
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Default Run Time Error When Using Sound Replacer

I'm getting a run time error anytime I use "Sound Replacer". The plug-in loads up, but then when I attempt to import an audio file into one of the 3 zones I immediately get a run time error and Pro Tools crashes. I've dumped the databases, have the latest 7.4 upgrade, and the latest Music Production toolkit upgrades. Any ideas on what can be causing this? Everything else seems to be running fine.
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Old 04-15-2008, 02:03 AM
ace621 ace621 is offline
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Default Re: Run Time Error When Using Sound Replacer

same thing happened to me..
if you're using 7.4cs2, and vista (i'm using home premium) this might be the cause:
32-bit samples.
change 'em to 24-bit or 16-bit.
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