Hi all, So... as we all know ExsManager is no more since the Apple buyout, but I still have it running on my MacBook (version 3.3.12), and had been using it up until a few months ago for relinking with no problems. A couple of days ago I decided it was time to sort out some of those incomplete and obsolete instruments... a little spring cleaning so to speak. BIG MISTAKE! After cleaning up duplicates, moving files around, relinking and thinking nothing of it, I loaded up a project, hit play and the meters hit the red cones nearly burst out of my speakers and audio stopped. After a little investigating, turns out that a few random samples on just about all of my EXS instruments have their volumes altered in a strange way (as can be seen in the edit window). The minimum possible volume should be -96, max is +12... but I'm seeing -400.000 or something crazy like that. This can be fixed manually, but try doing that for thousands of instruments. I suppose the newer Apple updates have left ExsManager behind for good So more than a question this is more of a heads up to anyone who may be thinking (or not) about continuing to use ExsManager. I'm on a MacBook Pro mid 2010 running Lion. Luckily I have everything backed up, although many hours have been wasted. If anyone has experienced something similar, it would be interesting to know if there is any workaround or suggestion to make it possible to still use ExsManager, or a way to sort out my instruments. Other than this, ExsManager seemed to be working fine. So frustrating!