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Old 03-23-2013, 09:19 AM
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Okay, how 'bout this? I have a PTHD session open. I record 3 tracks through the Omni. Then I go to the setup menu and choose the Pro 40 as the input device (I don't have one, just making an illustration).

1) Can the input device be changed in a PTHD session without having to restart PT?
No, Pro Tools will force you to restart, after you change the Playback engine.

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2) Can I have the Pro 40 clocked-slaved to the Omni in this imaginary example?
You can clock slave any unit with a word clock/ADAT/SPDIF/Loop sync input to the Omni.

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If the above is not possible, can I at least place the Omni on top of the Pro 40 and then using venetian blinds cords, tie them together and paint on the side "The Omni Pro 40 System?"
You can, and if you painted a naked lady on the other side, you might even sell one or two of those systems.
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:29 AM
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The day is yet young but already I am waist deep in success!
Don't forget my 20% cut, though.
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:52 AM
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Of course. We're partners in this big deal.

Need to figure out a way to sell the Omni Pro 40 System in "original packaging." That's important to people for some reason. May have to cut out the bottom of the Omni box and the top of the Pro 40 box.

I don't want our customers to have to tie the units together with venetian blind cords. That would just be so "un-pro." And let's have the clocking cables routed and secured. "Ready-to-roll" as they say in the pre-owned car bidness.
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