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About bmkalbf

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    St. Louis MO
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    Systems Engineer

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    5.1.4
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  1. Don’t forget that Frozen 2 is coming out on Thanksgiving. If it’s anything like the first one, it will have some big songs the kids love. ...
  2. Thank you for the reply. I did check the bitrate and all looks good. However, the only thing I could think of that was different is the version of Audacity that I used on each computer. I recently started creating my music files in Audacity on a new computer, exporting the file, and moving to my sequencing computer to sequence. I found that only the files I would create on the other computer would have this issue. So I created the files in Audacity on my sequencing computer again like I used to, and now it seems to be working fine. Same settings, and same bitrate but different versions o
  3. I think I have narrowed down the issue a bit more. So playing the sequence from the beginning, the timings are flawless, it seems to only throw them off when using the "play from current location to end" play button. It seems like the red play line is making a hop ahead for some reason putting the timeline out of sync with the music. I guess I need to trust my initial timing marks and then play from beginning to verify everything looks as it should. Still a big pain, but better than nothing, any input would still be appreciated on how to fix that issue. Take care.
  4. Hello, Hopefully someone can help me out with this issue I am having. I have been using SE and PE for 3 years now, and this is the first time I am seeing this issue. If I create a sequence in SE, with a song (musical sequence) and add timings using the tapper wizard, all of the timings match up in SE perfectly as they should. When I bring that sequence (.lms) file into PE, it seems that the timings from the tapper wizard are off by a significant margin. Sometimes when I first bring in the sequence, they match up, but when I apply an effect or work along the timeline in the sequence,
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