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Old 06-16-2011, 07:06 AM
David Lang David Lang is offline
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Default RME Fireface UFX

Hi all,

I realise that Pro Tools 9 should work with any ASIO-compliant hardware, but has anyone had any direct experience running PT9 with an RME Fireface UFX on Windows 7? It's time for an upgrade ...


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Old 06-16-2011, 07:13 AM
Brandonx1 Brandonx1 is offline
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Default Re: RME Fireface UFX

Not UFX but the fireface 400. Those interfaces really work well on windows 7. I'm using the 64 bit version. I think their is a firewire update or fix you need to install but I never did. I was still able to run at 64 sample buffers with no issues. Totally reliable and stable. I think the largest sessions I mixed where 150 or 160 tracks and more DSP then my HD 3 accel could handle. So the fireface works great.
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