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Old 10-31-2006, 04:51 PM
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Default SESION MUST BE ON AUDIO RECORD VOLUME

WHEN I OPEN A NEW SESSION AND TRY TO SAVE FILE TO MY EXTERNAL HD I GET THIS MESSAGE? IT ONLY LETS ME OPEN A NEW SESSION IF ITS BEING SAVED TO MY MAC HARD DRIVE? CAN YOU SAVE A NEW SESSION TO AN EXTERNAL HD??
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