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Old 04-25-2006, 07:47 AM
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Default Mackie Control with PTMP

Hey all.

Can anyone assure me that its possible to get a MCU running with ProTools M-Powered setup? I ordered one this morning and assumed it would work with all PT systems. I then noticed the only legacy drivers avaiable on the digi site are for HD and LE systems. Does anyone have one running?

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The Mackie Control should work fine with PTMP.
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