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Old 04-22-2005, 12:04 AM
electrok electrok is offline
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Default help with PC neuendo to Mac PT session

I have a session coming in saturday that has been recorded on a PC using Neuendo. I'm using PT 6.4 on a Mac. The session will be on an EZ Swap serial ATA drive. they will not be bringing the caddie just 80 gigs on a serial ATA drive. the session is in broadcast WAV files It's a live recording so all tracks will start at the same point. there for I don't need a session map I just need to get the WAV files off the PC based drive and into my Mac based PT system. Any suggestions on how to do this? and what equipment I will need?
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