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Old 06-16-2014, 09:05 PM
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Default Avid CoreAudio Manager Crash

Hello,
I've just installed Pro Tools HD Native 11.1.3 On a new Mac Mini, and I am attempting to use the Omni interface with Wavelab as well. (not at the same time) Wavelabs audio settings is not seeing the Omni interface, and after some reading I learned that opening the CoreAudio Manager first, and then opening Wavelabs seems to work. Problem is, the Avid CoreAudio Manager won't open and gives me a crash report. I'm running Mavericks, OSX 10.9.3.

I Thought i might try see if there's a new version of the CoreAudio Manager, but I have absolutely no idea where to find it on the Avid site. Any help would be appreciated!

Many thanks
SG
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