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Old 07-14-2000, 11:21 AM
Karmitz Karmitz is offline
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Default Sound Tools digital/analog interface question

I recently found some older Digi gear that consists of Sound Designer II, A Nubus card, a Sound Tools Digital Interface and a Professional Analog Interface.

My question is: if I decide to actually try this out, can I use an older version of Protools instead of Sound Designer? Will, say, Protools 3.4 work with this hardware?
I'd love to see if it works, but don't want to invest the money or time if people have already tried it and come up bust.

Thanks! Any info would be greatly appreciated!

All the Best,
Patrick
karmitz@sprynet.com

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