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Old 11-26-2007, 04:21 PM
Cyclo Cyclo is offline
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Default What happened to the 7.1 to 7.3 upgrade????

A while back when ProTools M-Powered 7.3 was introduced there was an offer to 7.1 owners to upgrade. I'm not talking about the ones who purchased the software just before the 7.3 release and got a free upgrade. I'm talking about the $49 upgrade for the rest of us. I'm sure I saw it advertised but now it's no where to be found. Does this mean paying full price for the newest version? I checked with dealers and with Digidesign Store and they act like they never heard of it. Anyone know if they pulled the upgrade or if you can still get one?
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