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Old 11-02-2012, 03:42 PM
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Default Loosing Controller Lanes in MIDI Editor

Has anyone experienced loosing the pre-assigned Controller Lanes in the MIDI Editor after Pro Tools has been exited and restarted? I use three monitors of which, one is dedicated to the MIDI editor. For some reason (and it doesn't always happen), I loose my controller lane assignments and it default back to just a couple of lanes. Normally I have 10 lanes assigned in my sequence.

I have had is issue ever since Pro Tools 7. I can't seem to repeat it on an on-going basis. Looking is anyone else has experienced this and what may be causing it to happen?

I appreciate any feedback that you forum members may have. I'm using a Mac Pro....
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