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Old 10-07-2021, 08:53 AM
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Default Unable to record files for one or more tracks disk allocation and drive permissions

I first want to clarify that I am using Pro tools first. Here are the details of My set up:

Macbook Air
Big Sur 11.6

I have recorded a bunch of songs using this software, but all of a sudden I have been receiving this error message saying the following:

'unable to record files for one or more tracks. Check your disk allocations and drive permissions'

when I open a new session to record it says:
'No record volumes designated'

Pro tools first does not have 'work space' nor does it have 'setup > disk allocation' I have set my drive to read and write as well as updated my system and reinstalled Pro tools.

I would really appreciate anyones help on this.
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