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Old 03-30-2011, 08:05 AM
joey.arbogast joey.arbogast is offline
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Default Hardware Inserts and Sends

I recently purchased a M-Audio profire 2626 to link to my 003 rack plus via ADAT Lightpipe. Everything there works. My question is, does anyone know if its possible to do a hardware insert or send from the profire in pro tools LE 8.0.5? I have a snake running from the outs on the profire into my patchbay and I've tried doing a hardware insert to a compressor, going out digital 9 and i get no signal in my outboard gear. I'm pretty sure its a routing problem, but i can't figure it out and i'm not even sure if its possible since the two are link with lightpipe cables.
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