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Logic Pro 9 Error


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I am using Logic Pro 9. My A#0 (aka B Flat 0) key on my controller piano keyboard is not working. It shows "no in", regardless of which software instrument I select. Reboot did not change anything. No problem in GarageBand. And no problem on the Korg TR keyboard itself.

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