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Old 10-04-2019, 02:25 PM
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Default Re: Protools Ultimate - can use virtual outputs like - Rogue Amoeba

Originally Posted by Darryl Ramm View Post
You cannot CoreAudio aggregate with any DigiLink interfaces you are using from Pro Tools. These are exclusive uses, if they are the playback engine they sure won't appear in the aggregate IO list. And you presumably want the HDX as playback engine. And aggregate IO is not great even if possible with most interfaces.
I'm surprised to read that. I've not had any issues with the Aggregate. True, it excludes Digilink interfaces when it's the playback engine, but if you know that going in, and have a reason to use it, Aggregate is solid. At least it has been for me. Setup can be cumbersome, however, and not intuitive.
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