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Old 02-15-2024, 08:24 PM
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Default Re: New Session Error in PT First - SOLVED!

Originally Posted by sw rec View Post
Yes, it does support 3rd party plugins. Wondering, for no more than I know about Helix, is it a stereo plugin that won’t show up on a mono track, or vice-versa?
Or is it maybe an instrument that needs to have an instrument track, not an audio track?
Thank you! For some reason, TODAY when I loaded my session to see whether I had a mono or stereo track, Native is showing up as an Insert option on both. YAY!

So I created a MIDI track, figured out where the Input and Output selectors were located (I need better glasses) and sure as shootin', Program Changes work! That was the main point of this whole experiment, and now that I've verified that I'll take some time to learn the finer points of using PT.

Thanks everybody for your help!
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