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Help? Bassline is destroyed after reopening Ableton
      #1034797 - 23/02/13 02:29 AM
I haven't heard of anything like this before, but my bassline sounded great when I saved it, and upon reopening Ableton it sounds like complete crap. Overly harsh scratchy distortion.

It's strange because it is only affecting my 3 bassline tracks (for highs/mids/lows) and none of the others.

I even tried deleting them and building them from scratch, and the same issue has affected my new bassline.

Using Sylenth1 with Live 8.

Anyone heard of anything like this before?


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