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Old 12-08-1999, 12:21 AM
zingsthings zingsthings is offline
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Default Anyone using Digital Performer 2.5 with 001?

Just wanted to see how smooth it worked together.

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Old 12-08-1999, 03:06 PM
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Default Re: Anyone using Digital Performer 2.5 with 001?

I tried DP 2.51 out before I got the 001. So, I have some midi and audio tracks in it. I was able to import both types of tracks into PT just fine and everything locked up fine. I haven't tried to lock the two softwares programs together. Really don't see a need for me to do this right now. PT has all the midi things in it for me.
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