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  1. I think I have a new (admittedly minor) item with 2021.04, build 175. This is about setting the time signature on new projects to non-4/4 signatures. I have a "clean start" template that has nothing in it except a master bus and has the "now" time positioned at 2:01:000, ready to receive imported audio. Today I had a track in 6/8 to import. I opted File | New and set the tempo, bit rate, time signature, path and project name in the dialog. The template opened with the "now" marker at 2:03:000 -- and I imported all the audio tracks before I noticed it. Okay, minor nuisance, and I corrected my project and moved on ... But I presume that the DAW recognized my time signature numerator (6), and it moved my "now" marker to the seventh quarter note (i.e. ignoring my input time signature's denominator of 8). When I set 6/8, I would expect each measure to have six pulses, each pulse being an eighth note ... And a "now" marker set to 2:01:000 still should appear at/on the first pulse of the 2nd measure. (I know, simple math. Probably a bit of a logic flaw in there somewhere.)
  2. I'm on build 145 now, and today I had the same tempo-reversion issue that I reported earlier. (And this behavior is new, as of 2021.04) Create a new project using File | New and the basic template I always use Input name, bpm, sample rate into the resulting dialog - the project opens in CbB (note that the tempo is as I assigned) Save Import all audio files via File | Import | Audio - tempo remains as I assigned In track view, click (on the track number, just left of the track name and icon) to select one of the audio tracks ... Note that now the tempo has reverted to 100 bpm. Previously, I thought it was after I assigned the selected track to a track folder; but it actually happens as soon as I select a track in the interface. So, to correct, I: Return the Now marker to 1:01:000 Reset the tempo to my original assignment Re-save the project Now the tempo "sticks" and is undisturbed when I start to work in Track View. Of the four mix projects on which I experienced this behavior, three were from Dueling Mixes and today's was from pureMix. I don't really think it's the audio files ... -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 5/25/21 -- downloaded and installed 2021.04, build 175, perhaps a week ago. This tempo-changing issue hasn't happened on the new build (and I've imported another 3 projects, since the new install). Thanks, guys! --------------------------------------------------------------------------
  3. Hmm. This happened on all three projects I set up that day. Let me dig in, further. My practice is to import all the new .wavs at 2:01:000 in the timeline (in case I need to slide left or right after importing), if that has any bearing on anything. Thanks for following up, Jonathan. I'll report back after some further investigation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 5/25/21 -- downloaded and installed 2021.04, build 175, perhaps a week ago. This tempo-changing issue hasn't happened on the new build (and I've imported another 3 projects, since the new install). Thanks, guys! --------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. I think I have an item not reported, as yet. I just installed the 2021.04 (build 144) version today, and I imported 3 new projects for mixing. I encountered the same tempo-reversion issue with each project. I think the steps to reproduce are: Create a new project with sample rate, bit depth, and tempo (& name & location, of course) using File | New Import audio tracks Start assigning audio tracks to track folders Note now that the tempo indicator in the control bar has reverted to 100 bpm (no matter what initial tempo was assigned). -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 5/25/21 -- downloaded and installed 2021.04, build 175, perhaps a week ago. This tempo-changing issue hasn't happened on the new build (and I've imported another 3 projects, since the new install). Thanks, guys! --------------------------------------------------------------------------
  5. Bless you, sir! Loves me some Tuncury Light Green for quite a while, now. Good to know I can continue with it.
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