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Old 11-01-2005, 09:47 AM
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Default Route QT Player audio into PT via ReWire?

Can someone tell me if there's a simple app that will allow me to route QuickTime Player audio into Pro Tools via ReWire? If not QuickTime Player, is there some other app that will allow me to quickly choose (real-time) and play a WAV, AIFF or MP3 file and route the audio into Pro Tools while it's recording in the background?

I haven't done anything with ReWire so I don't know what's available or what the limitations may be.

I'm running an HD3 system w/ PT 6.9.3 cs2

Thanks.
-Larry
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