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Old 04-15-2010, 04:57 AM
Frank Kruse Frank Kruse is offline
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Default Stereo EQ3 doesn´t split to mono

Hi,

I´ve come across an issue a fellow editor told me about.

When you split a stereo-track that contains a stereo EQ3 to mono all the EQ automation is lost.

With multi-mono it works fine but not with the new stereo EQ3.

It´s also not possible to manually copy-special/paste the automation from the stereo EQ3 to a mono EQ3 because PT treats them like 2 completely different plugs.

This is not good.

Better stick to multi-mono if you want to keep your options.
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