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Old 10-10-1999, 03:04 PM
peterfitz peterfitz is offline
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Default SampleCell TDM Nubus problem - Help !

System :
OS7.6.1 7100/66 with Digi expansion chassis
64MB Ram (I think this *might* be where the problem is...)
3 x disk i/o, 4 x dsp farm, SCII TDM, Nuverb.

I've disabled Nuverb (by removing plug-ins) because it uses so much RAM.
I allocated 36MB Ram to DAE to see if it would help, but it didn't.

I set up a PT4.01 session with 1 MIDI Track pointing to SampleCell midi 1 and a second track with the input pointing to SampleCell 1&2.

I get the following message 4 times (and of course I can't hear the SCII via the TDM bus)

"A TDM Connection could not be made. You have used up all available connections. Some signals may not be audible."

Help ?? !!! Is it simply a matter of adding more RAM and giving it to DAE ? ?
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