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 Post subject: Erase bug
PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2005 7:32 pm 
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I was cleaning up a vocals track. I Erased some empty space between lines (say, between 00.125 and 00.140). Then I played the track. The space between 00.125 and 00.140 erased well. But then some very small part of the track down the road (say at 00.152) got deleted, not even erased. So, a part of a word on the track was deleted as a result. A quick undo restored things, and I repeated the Erase but this time from 00.125 to 00.138 (erased a bit less). This time everything went well.

I've done about 20 erasings between lines on that vocals track, and this bug happened twice. The rest of erasings were normal.

Oh, and G rebooted on me one time during the process too.

Bad G, no donut! :)


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 Post subject: Re: Erase bug
PostPosted: Fri May 27, 2005 9:28 pm 
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Now, what could this be, let's see.

Uhmm...

InspiredBM wrote:
Bad G, no donut! :)


Nevermind!

:lol:

Just kidding.

Tonight I'll try to reproduce this error and I'll let you know what happens.

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Sounds as though it may have just been an error with the G. Have you considered doing a punch in/out instead of erasing part of a track?


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sirN wrote:
Sounds as though it may have just been an error with the G. Have you considered doing a punch in/out instead of erasing part of a track?


To my chagrin, I haven't figured out punch in/out yet :oops:

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