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Old 05-31-2005, 09:11 PM
Elvis B Elvis B is offline
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Default Project5/Live 4 question


I am running Pro Tools LE and and an M-Box...and I am looking to do some live performance stuff on my laptop. I tried the demo for both Live 4 and Project5 2...they both performed pretty well, both standalone and ReWired in PTLE. I am going to buy one...any advice.

Here is some more info. I have a Dell 600M, 1.6 GHZ PM, 512MB...style of music differs on mood but usually pop tunes layered with tripped out drums, which means a lot of chopping up of beats, and editing loops...but honestly I am never tied down to one genre of music so I want something that is versatile.

Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.
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