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Old 07-26-2015, 05:37 PM
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Post Re: Can't find Pro Tools on my Mac

  1. Switch to Finder
  2. Press Shift+Command+A
If you are supposed to have Pro Tools v11, look for an application named Pro Tools.

If you are supposed to have Pro Tools v10, look for a folder named Avid, and inside of that, a folder named Pro Tools.

If you are supposed to have Pro Tools v9 or earlier, look for a folder named Digidesign, and inside of that, a folder named Pro Tools.

If you still cannot find Pro Tools, and you think it is on your hard drive somewhere, download Find Any File (Google it) and run a search for Pro Tools. If that doesn't find it, then you don't have it.
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