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Old 02-15-2010, 04:27 AM
fridrikur fridrikur is offline
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Default Demo session/demo template PT8

Is there are friendly soul out there that can lend me a copy of the demo session/demo template that came with the pro tools m-powered 8 DVD?
I purchased an online version of PT8 so I did not get one
I have the PT7.4 demo session and want to see if there are any new exciting stuff I can learn from the demo session or demo template.
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6400 @
Intel Corporation DQ965GF
Memory: 2GB
ST3250310SV 250GB (SATA300, 3.:233GB (H:)
ST3320620AS 320GB (SATA150, 3.:298GB (C:)
External Harddisk: Lacie D2 Quadra 1 TB firewire 400 (Oxford 11 chipset - using a different firewire card than fw410)
Windows System: Microsoft Windows 7 64 bit ultimate
M-audio Firewire 410 (ADS PYRO PCI 64 bit firewire card with Texas instrument chipset)
Pro Tools M-powered 8.03
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