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Old 09-05-2013, 08:31 AM
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Default MIDI i/o causes crash?

With PT 11.x/win 8 x64 & my MOTU midi i/o (all with latest x64 drivers) midi input will not function with the motu attached. PT will also crash if I try to disable the midi inputs. 11 will hang everytime you close PT with the motu hardware attached. The ports show up as "emulated" under 11 but not under PT10. The midi I/O on my TC audio interfaces work fine under both. Not sure why PT11 shows the motu i/o as emulated..? 32bit/64bit issue?
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