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Old 08-03-2019, 02:31 PM
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Default DADMAN and Protools on 2 Separate Computers EUCON PT|CONTROL

Dadman and PT on same computer when PT is in focus, monitor tab of PT | CONTROL is blank. Until DADMAN is in focus it remains blank.

Is there any way to run DADMAN on a 2nd computer so its always in focus or another configuration for 1 computer so u do not have to focus DADMAN every time you want to use the Monitor Controls ? Will PT Control worth with 2 Eucon Sources 1 being DADman on 1 Mac and PT on the other Mac ?

Can this be done with 1 or 2 MACs ?


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