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Old 10-17-2019, 02:56 AM
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Default Newbee~ish question but still...

Hi,

I have a 2018 license and frankly 2018 on high Sierra is awesome. I don't see the need to buy the subscription plan. Plus I hate subscriptions.

Anyway, I have an iMac Pro that I'd like to get the mileage out of with new os updates etc.

My question is: If I partition a couple 100 gigs and leave high Sierra on there with protools, is there any issues (now or down the road) that I might face?

If not I think I'll keep that partition and ride 2018 for as long as possible.

Thank you.
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