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Old 09-29-2019, 01:26 PM
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Default HD Native Hardware and Sibelius-No Go!!!

Why in the world will HD Native Hardware (HDN card, HDI/O 16x16, and HD Omni) not work with Sibelius Ultimate (2019.9)?

The guys on the Sibelius forum say the Avid ASIO driver was “blacklisted” because it didn’t work with Sibelius.

Can one of the Moderator’s please look into this? To me, it is just unacceptable for any Avid software to not work with their top-of-the-line hardware.

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Greg
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