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Old 04-25-2005, 04:02 PM
TimNielsen TimNielsen is offline
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Default Volume automation not being read...

OK, I need some help, have found a weird bug where ProTOols for no apparant reason will stop reading my volume automation. I can change the volume graphs from +6 to -whatever and it won't read. Please, this is not a simple 'automation enabled' thing, all my automation settings are fine, and after each restart it works for a short while, then randomly certain regions will start to fail to be affected by volume graphs.

Also, I have several times deleted all my prefs, rebuilt all my databases, reset PRAM, etc, etc, etc, so it's not that.

But if anyone has an specific thoughts, please do share.

Anyone else at least SEEN this bug?

This is on 6.41 Mix+
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