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Old 10-09-2002, 10:32 AM
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Default Outside Beta Testing

Does anyone know if Digidesign has a program set up where they let outside users of Pro Tools beta test the new software upgrades? If there is such a beast, does anyone know where I can find some information on the program. I believe that this would speed up the release dates of software upgrades. The more people you have testing the software the more issues and feature considerations you can address. It seems to be working for Apple. I am just wondering if Digi has considered or have implemented this type of program.

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