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Old 06-19-2017, 12:42 PM
andyberude andyberude is offline
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Default Replacing Mbox 2 with Digi 002 Pro Tools 8 Help Needed

I've been recording on pro tools 8 with the Mbox2. I've recently purchased a used Digi 002 to switch out but I'm having trouble.

I followed the instructions about connecting and powering on before starting but when I tried with just the 002, it just said the original interface was not present.

It takes a while to show this message before quitting.

Then, I restart the whole process with both connected.

After a long while a message comes up saying pro tools couldn't communicate with the 002.

I'm hoping someone has run into this before and can offer some insight/help.

I'm using pro tools 8 on a Mac btw.
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