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    Robert Jarosz commented  · 

    I just had a similar bug, and I guess your case is solid.

    - I've been doing audio fixes, and had one long track, cut into 5-6 pieces. I've added some effects to the longest fragment, and TWO of them were Parametric Equalizer.

    - I've created a Preset (don't know if that matters), and added that preset to other fragments of the same track.

    - Then, when I was doing minor adjustments, I've changed something in the second Parametric Equalizer, and saved it as another preset. When I tried to apply this new preset to a different track, it wasn't working (the effects are applied, but they do nothing, and the audio levels in Parametric Equalizer are not displaying).

    - In the result, it's impossible to copy or paste ANY effect to (or from) all the tracks that had the "bugged" effects on them.

    I have tried Chappell fix, but it doesn't work. I can literally do nothing with those tracks that had the effects, no matter what I select in Paste Attributes box, or if I try to paste only one effect manually.

    I guess I'm using backup save as a fix.

    Further notes:
    Resetting preferences didn't help, nesting doesn't help either, replacing the files and even deleting them from the project doesn't help either. Also, one of the effects (DeEsser), when applied to wrong track/file, is displayed as an obsolete effect (why?).

    I also tried to throw the same audio files to the project once again, just to check if I can apply effects/preset to them. It worked on the file that I've created the preset from (DeEsser wasn't Obsolete, PE displayed normally), but it didn't work on other files.

    So it has to be something about the file that created the problem in the first place. Maybe that will help to narrow the bug down.

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    Robert Jarosz commented  · 

    Yeah, I just spend half an hour on improving my audio track and wanted to implement it in another project - no way to do it. And no way to copy the values from track to single media effects.
    "Effects and sends" menu is very cool, but not having a preset or at least copy/paste option there... Huge oversight.

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