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Old 05-25-2006, 06:17 PM
Johnny Cadelco Johnny Cadelco is offline
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Default CPU Power for use for PLUGINS

Im currently using a powerbook. I've always used this and never had problems with cpu power but recently i've been using new plugins by digidesgin... called dynamics III... I use their eq and compressor on basically 7 tracks. I usually remove and then have no problems but is there anyway to use all without pro tools telling me "cpu power use and disable some RTAS plugins". Then again when i use regular digidesign compressors and plugins i have no problems with this.

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