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Old 10-01-2022, 01:24 PM
smokeydan smokeydan is offline
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Default Pro Tools on an M2 MacBook Air

I'm trying to decide between an M1 MacBook Air - which is qualified - and the newer M2 Air - which several articles suggest should be good but I don't think any of the authors have actually used it with Pro Tools and it isn't officially qualified yet - Does anyone here have actual experience running Pro Tools on an M2 MacBook Air? Any issues?

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