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Old 07-30-2008, 10:35 AM
n8tron n8tron is offline
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Default sibelius and pro tools open at the same time?

So using pro tools LE and sibelius I'm wondering if there is a way to have both open and audio coming out my 002 at the same time. You'd think since they are both digidesign they would play well together, but I haven't been able to do this. Obviously, sibelius needs the digi core audio manager to play through the 002, so that probably is part of the problem.

When I use the send to sibelius command sibelius opens right up, but its not to convenient if i have to quit pro tools, and open of the digi audio manager to hear it. Plus I would like seeing and hearing what is going on in pro tools while I am working at notating it in sibeilus.
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