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Old 10-12-2023, 03:33 AM
roderickelms roderickelms is offline
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Default Crossfade showing white space

I'm experiencing something not previously seen in many years of using ProTools.

I have a file in which crossfades suddenly appear not to be writing – without any warning or error dialogues. I can create the crossfade; it appears to write and shows the shape on the screen. When I deselect it, there's simply white space underneath, and the crossfade is clearly not operating.

Dragging the audio on each side of the crossfade confirms that there's plenty of audio there, and the behaviour of this file has been normal until today.

Any thoughts are appreciated!
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