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Old 03-12-2004, 06:55 AM
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Default V-Stack OS X PT6.2.3

Is it possible to run V-stack simultaneously with PT 6.2.3.

I am running G5 DP 1.8 with HD3. I am looking for a workaround to the RTAS incompatibility with the Native Instruments soft samplers and soft sythns. Right now I am crashing shortly after opening any NI plugins (B4, Stormdrum, EWQLSO, Kontakt, Kompakt) When these soft synths occasionally work, I will get strange MIDI occurences (verified as a problem by NI and Digi) such as MIDI note shifting or not playing at all.

I was told by my tech friends not to venture into Panther and HD (I upgraded?!? from a Mix system and G4), but I didn't listen.

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