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Old 09-12-2019, 09:54 PM
Spyda KB Spyda KB is offline
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Default Unable to Select Input


In my old age I am beginning to forget some things and this is one of them. I have a session I am working on and I must have selected something that will not allow me to select an input on any audio track or aux. Now the input button is not greyed out and appear as normal but the button does nothing when clicked on. I am able to select any output and the I/O settings are correct for my Focusrite Scarlett 1820 interface. I came across this problem before and it took a bit of time for me to figure out how to resolve it. Unfortunately, now I cannot remember what I did to fix this again. Does anyone one what state I put my session in as this is only happening with only one session?

I am running MacOS Mojave on a 2017 iMac.

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