brentmagstadt Posted December 16, 2011 Share Posted December 16, 2011 Hey all, I've brought in drum takes of song I'm working on - 11 total tracks, 3 of them are stereo (1 set overheads, 2 sets rooms). I made cuts on bar lines where needed and carefully comped out a master drum track, snapping all to barlines. It sounds great, just what I wanted. I saved the file and went home. Came in this morning, opened the track, and began assessing each cut, cross fading, cleaning up (using snap = samples) individual tracks. I got halfway through (7:40 track length, fyi), and got interrupted. I saved, and before I closed the file, I listened to all the edits from the beginning to well past where I had just stopped (and of course I check each cross fade minutely when I do them, also). I did not shut down my box, even left all speakers etc on, as I was planning on resuming shortly. When I closed the file, I also closed Logic (v8.02). Upon return, I opened logic, and opened the file again and received the message: "49 unequal stereo regions corrected" (OK). I've never seen this before. I reluctantly selected OK (no other options) and opened the file. I listened from the beginning and it seemed fine, until, at one point, it started sounding... weird. Like, sort of out of phase-ish. I dug in to the stereo tracks and started solo'ing them and sure enough they somehow changed. They no longer match the rest of the tracks. Note that this occurred before the end of my last crossfading session. I closed (without saving) and re-opened and received the same. What did Logic do? How can I fix this? Any thoughts very much appreciated. -- brent Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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