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Once again I have managed to press something that is causing me not to hear sound from the instruments in my library and I also can no longer view my full library. I'm positive I screwed w/ a setting and don't know what it is. Is there anyway to get Logic Pro to go back to default settings? Kind of like "out of the box" settings? Without uninstalling/reinstalling of course....lol!
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