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Old 02-23-2003, 09:02 PM
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Default any tips for a new MAC user

Hi I've just upgraded to a new MacG4 1.25 DUAL standard ram and Drives-from a PC 667 ,512 ram,7200 drives.I am hanging off to see its real performance as I am about to upgrade FROM PROTOOLS 5.01 TO VERSION 6,poor old bank balance is suffering.
I have still got to purchase another drive for audio[Decided on internal WD 80GIG 7200]and have seen a recomendation for more ram.Question-is there any preparation for the new MAC that is important or handy and the cheapeast way to get old PC ProTools audio and session files to the new MAC System once I have PT version 6?CHEERS Happy sessions.
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