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Old 05-03-2021, 10:06 AM
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Default Question re Carbon and Using Two DAWS...

When browsing and gathering info on Carbon up here, I read something about the idea that since Carbon will show up as two interfaces, one for PT and one general "system" type core audio device, that people can use ....say..Cubase...and somehow send audio from Cubase into PT.

Does anyone know where I can find out how this is done? Are Cubase (or Logic, etc) and PT somehow in sync when this is done? I've never used two DAWS at once but I could see doing midi in Cubase but using PT for any live mic stuff and for the mix, while doing the VI lifting in Cubase.

Thanks much
Tom
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