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Old 01-01-2018, 10:52 AM
Mark Kieviet Mark Kieviet is offline
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Default Pro Tools 11 with unsupported buffer size REAC Driver


I'm an owner of pro tools 11 and a Roland m400 with 2 1608 stageboxes.
I want to use this to multi track, with the REAC driver this should be possible on Windows. After installing my Bootcamped Windows i tried to launch Pro Tools with the REAC driver as playback engine. But the REAC driver uses 2304 samples as lowest buffer size. So this is NOT supported by Pro Tools. Is there any way around this error, so I would be able to use Pro Tools with my live setup?

Thanks in advance,
Macbook pro medio 2012, 2,9 ghz i7 (2core), 16gb ram, OSX 10.8.5
iMac 2013, 2,7 ghz i5 (4core) 8 gig ram, OSX 10.9

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