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The click that I orginally recorded to has changed????

Has anyone an antidote for this issue? I recorded mulitple tracks using the tempo setting on the rythym guide, ,but when I shut down and go back to the track, the click has changed. Help!

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If you have prgm save; make sure you store the settings before you shut down or the program with revert to default settings.

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