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Old 10-16-2006, 05:08 PM
model.citizen model.citizen is offline
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Default Opening LE 7 sessions on LE 6.1

Is it possible to open (or export) PT LE 7 sessions on a 6.1 system? I've got some sessions that were done on 7.1 that I wanna mess around with on my 6.1 system.

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Old 10-16-2006, 10:04 PM
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Default Re: Opening LE 7 sessions on LE 6.1

PT's 7 sessions are not backwards compatible, so you'll need to do a save as and save it as a Pro Tools LE 6.X session. You shouldn't lose anything in this process. Faders will still go to +12dB I believe, all breakpoints should remain. Plug-in compatiblility, also dual CPU hosting issues my arise (i.e. performance issues - this is not Digi's fault!)
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