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Old 04-08-2005, 12:51 PM
Noiz2 Noiz2 is offline
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Default New flavor of Pro Tools

I never saw an announcement but I was looking for some info on an M-Audio Kbd I own and stumbled across "M-Powered Protools". It is sort of PT Le that has been enabled to run with a number of M-Audio interfaces. So for instance you can run it with a buss powered firewire interface that has 16 ins. Overall it's not cheaper than an M-Box (wonder if the name was in anticipation of the acquisition?) at ~$400 for the software but it does open up some options.
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Old 04-10-2005, 10:42 PM
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Default Re: New flavor of Pro Tools

Notice they have crippled M-Powered Protools by disabling DV Toolkit and Digitranslator options for it. Click out the Software Comparison here:


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