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Old 04-11-2007, 08:20 PM
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Default ProTools M-Powered quits when I try running at 96kHz. Help!

ProTools M-Powered 6.8 unexpectedly quits whenever I try to create or open a ProTools session @ 96kHz. According to everything I read about the program, it should work so long as the audio interface can handle 96kHz. Here is what I am running:

!.47GHz G4 Mac Mini
MacOS version 10.3.7

M-Audio Fire wire 1814

ProTools M-Powered 6.8

Somebody please help!!!!

Generally, I have found ProTools M-Powered to be very "tweaky" compared to other versions of ProTools I've owned. Many of the tweaks I've encountered so far have involved simple setup changes to fix that should be included somewhere in the manuals. Does anyone else find this to be the case?
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