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Old 09-30-2011, 06:18 PM
Bravado Bravado is offline
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Default Plugins and M-Powered 8 Essential

I´d like to know if someone knows if it´s possible to install another plugins in Pro Tools M-Powered 8 Essential version than that ones that come with it. Because every plugin I´ve tried to install didn´t run. However, the Avid homepage shows a lot of plugins to both versions M-Powered and LE. Could someone help me?
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Old 10-15-2011, 11:59 AM
stratmaster_flash stratmaster_flash is offline
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Default Re: Plugins and M-Powered 8 Essential

I've heard that Pro Tools essential is pretty worthless and non-functional, so it's likely you'll need to upgrade to MP or LE.
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