outteh wrote:Probably too late but did you try and hit the undo button after it happened to see if it would restore back to the correct frozen track? Can you open a previous version of the song OK (Mixcraft backups versions in the project file).
dung_beetle wrote:Maybe you accidentally hit some keyboard shortcut
Happens to me occasionally in Word and other programs and I have no idea how I did whatever happens
dung_beetle wrote:Key and tempo change as well as looping might be possible for an intelligent program, some sort of sync feature...
But no idea where that old file might have come from...
Did you unfreeze via Ctrl-F or the menu item?
no,I never use keyboard shortcuts.I have wireless Supermouse.
I guess it makes no sense to ask if you could repeat the (supposed) bug
Acoustica Greg wrote:Hi,
One way this could happen would be if you had allowed Mixcraft to search for a missing sound and it found a sound with the same name in a different folder.
outteh wrote:Here's what I would try - no guarantees. Take the project files for your two songs and get them out of the Mixcraft location. Then start Mix craft and open the project from the new location. See if that helps. Check your Mixcraft preferences where you stored your projects and where the recordings are created and make sure you have enough disk space in these locations.
It can still happen - if the project folder and audio file folder are not one and the same.gypsy101 wrote:well every (song) project is it's own folder & named when I start it as a new project before I ever record anything so there' shouldn't be any confusion in files.
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