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Old 03-14-2018, 01:52 PM
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Default Will the Mbox Pro work well with Sierra?

I am running Yosemite now. Can I go to Sierra safely? Will the Mbox Pro 3 work well with Sierra?
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Default Re: New Mbox 3 Pro Driver Needed for Pro Tools 2018.1

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I am running Yosemite now. Can I go to Sierra safely? Will the Mbox Pro 3 work well with Sierra?
MBox Pro 3 is 100% with Sierra and High Sierra.
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