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Old 04-13-2005, 08:13 AM
NerveBlast NerveBlast is offline
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Default Thinking of getting M-powered but...

Hi all!

I am currently very fed up with cubase SL since the mixer especially tends to give me headaches. Pro tools has always seemed very smooth and logically built so I am considering jumping on the bandwagon and run it with my audiophile card.

A little question regarding the ability to control the mixer externally though - When I recently tried the demo of Pro Tools M-powered I could only choose Command|8 and some other pre defined control surfaces to control the mixer.
Will it be possible to use my M-audio keystation pro 88 as control surface? It is perfectly OK in botth Cubase and Logic afaik.
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