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Old 01-20-2010, 12:11 PM
pipeorgan pipeorgan is offline
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Default Has anyone got Pro Tools to rewire to Sibelius and then operate without problems?

I have tried many times, following the procedure detailed in the manual, to rewire Sibelius 6.1 to Pro Tools 8.03 M Powered. When I do the audio is very distorted and if I then mouse click on Pro Tools it usually freezes and I cannot even get into task manager.

I should point out that Sibelius on its own runs perfectly and is a dream to use. Pro Tools as well runs on its own without issues although I am a new Pro Tools user.

I simple would like to know if the rewire configuration really does work before I invest any more time with it.
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