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Old 10-13-1999, 12:20 AM
juanval juanval is offline
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Default PT 5 and ProTools Project

Will PT software full version 5 will run on ProTools Project PCI.
If not, what are my options ?
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Old 10-13-1999, 12:34 AM
ProdInfo ProdInfo is offline
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Default Re: PT 5 and ProTools Project

Pro Tools 5.0 TDM or "full version" will run on TDM systems only. The Pro Tools Project system does not support TDM. There are several hardware exchanges available to registered Project owners through your digidesign dealer. PT 24 Mix and Mix Plus exchanges now qualify for FREE plug-in bundles, click here for more info:


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