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Old 07-03-2003, 03:37 PM
devoid2 devoid2 is offline
Join Date: Dec 2002
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Default new user--Digital Performer import question

Anyone know if it can be done, and if so how? I would like to import files from a Digital Performer studio. Do I need Digi Translator, or Mac Opener, or both? I'm using Windows XP, LE 5.3.3 (will Digidesign send me 6.1 automatically? I just bought the MBox last week.)

I made the jump to LE from SONAR and so far it's not been easy, but I really needed the capability to share Pro Tools sessions and hopefully Digital Performer stuff too.

thanks in advance

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