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Old 03-02-2011, 12:59 AM
The Bagwhan The Bagwhan is offline
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Default Bumping the PT9 and Presonus hardware issues

Looks like I'm not alone with the issue of PT9 not accepting the paefirestudio (in my case) audio engine, although it appears that several Presonus hardware devices suffer the same issue. ASIO4ALL is a workaround, but not ideal. At least it seems the issue isn't restricted to Win 7 64 bit. That's one potential culprit eliminated. Some 32 Bit users have reported the problem.

Has anyone gotten around this problem? Of course, the problem may lay with Presonus' drivers. In fact, if someone could only define if the incompatability is in PT or Presonus it'd be a start.
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