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Old 02-22-2005, 03:54 PM
Liquid Dave Liquid Dave is offline
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Default Switch from Digi001 to MBox

I have been using Digi001 for years, and finally decided that it would be more practical (for portability) to have an MBox. I traded my Digi001 to a co-worker for his MBox, and installed the driver for the MBox, and tried opening my Pro Tools LE 6.4 as is.
Everything opened ok, but it seems to be giving me trouble with the H/W Buffer errors (I'm sure you all know them well).

Has anyone successfully done this switch? Am I going to have to re-install all of my PTLE software and plugins, or can I use what I have and adjust the settings accordingly?

Thanks, folks.
- when will I get to be an engineer and nothing else?
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