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Old 03-11-2011, 04:44 PM
kayef kayef is offline
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Question Can I use PT8 M-Pwr on Mac Book without hardware?

Got PT8 M-Powered with M-Audio 610 in my studio but want to get a Mac Book Pro so I can mix at home. Can I do that by using the iLok on the laptop or does it need to be connected to hardware to run at all? I know PT9 will do it but if I upgrade I also need to upgrade from XP to Windows 7 on my desktop. Was hoping to not have to upgrade everything as I'm happy with the way it is now!

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Old 03-11-2011, 05:06 PM
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Default Re: Can I use PT8 M-Pwr on Mac Book without hardware?

m-powered needs the interface hooked up in order to run. You could also get a M-audio transit or jamlab. These are portable and would allow you to run pro tools.
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