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> Pro Tools Error..., I can't use the function 'bounce to disk' anymore...
Welchownt
post Tue 28 Apr 2009, 14:45
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Hye everyone... hope you 'r' fine: that's my big problem.

I use a dual core 2 2ghZ on a mac book. For a few days when i open a recent pro tools session this message appear :

"The original disk allocation for this session cannot be used. Check the disk allocation window to see what's changed."

And there some echoes on other applications like the function ' bounce to disk'. When i wanna use this one , Again i get a new error message : The page to save your record appear so you'll select and rename this one and when i click on save that message appear:

" Macintosh HD is not an audio playback volume".

So if someone could help me?

Thx

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houstonmusic
post Tue 28 Apr 2009, 15:44
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it sounds like a permissions problem to me. this is what i'd try first:
use Disk Utility to Repair Permissions on your start - up disk.
I should say that many of us use an external disk for recording and playing back our audio projects. it's a good plan.
good luck.
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mathologie
post Tue 28 Apr 2009, 20:42
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Citation (houstonmusic @ mar 28 avr 2009, 14:44) *
I should say that many of us use an external disk for recording and playing back our audio projects. it's a good plan.
good luck.


I use an external firewire disc and I have the same problem.
But I will try disc utilities.
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lepetitmartien
post Wed 29 Apr 2009, 02:09
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Hello

The drive should be "R" and not "P" or "T" in the audio column of the workspace. That's the tiny bit that drives people mad for nothing. Just autorise "R" and up you go. cool.gif

As it's a very common "error", this thread is pinned for the future generations wink.gif


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