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Old 11-11-1998, 07:21 AM
Jose San Miguel Jose San Miguel is offline
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Default MTC / Compatibility with Cubase VST

Does PT NT work well with Cubase secuencers?. I have a Cubase VST. And if I digitalize video, can I synchronize this digitaliced video with my midi secuencer? (Midi secuencers need MTC to synchronize!)PT NT work well with Cubase and the card? (Together)

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Old 11-12-1998, 04:46 AM
tedeborg tedeborg is offline
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Default Re: MTC / Compatibility with Cubase VST

Obviously, Windows NT can´t work with any sequencer.
You need another computer, running on W 95/98 in sync with PT.
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