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Old 08-05-2020, 04:06 PM
BruceKahn BruceKahn is offline
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Default Fishman Triple Play Users

Fishman has confirmed that their Triple Play software will no longer work with the current version of Pro Tools. This is really unfortunate, given that this is a MIDI system for guitar that actually works.
I put in a support request to Avid asking that this be addressed ASAP. I'd love to have them hear from other Triple Play users requesting the same.
Has anyone found a workaround, or know how to at least have Pro Tools accept Triple Play as a MIDI controller? It is recognized by Pro Tools as a controller, and is selected in my list, but I'm stuck there.
This is my first foray into MIDI, so perhaps I'm just being stoopid.
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