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Old 03-31-2013, 11:26 PM
geeball geeball is offline
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hello all

i have a question ...i had a flood in my home and my digi 003 rack got destroyed ..
i want to get back into the protools game but a little confused on what i need to get to get back using protools

i still have my protools ilok with all my liscences on it
and i want to be able to use all that i have i have all the instruments and effects with pt 8

whats my cheapest way to get back so i can use protools again and still use everything thats on my ilok ? what audio interface should i get? i dont need many inputs or outputs ill be doing all in the box..

but i still want to able to use some of the older pluggins example d2/d3 bundle from focusrite just not looking to spend alot of money hope you understand thnks gee
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