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Old 06-17-2006, 11:36 PM
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Default PPC G4 1.25Ghz + OSX 10.4.x + what version of PT ?

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I'm using a PPC G4 Mirror door single CPU 1.25Ghz Macintosh with OSX 10.3.9 now.
My ProTools is version 6.4.1 with Mix cards and 888/24 racks.
I'm planning to upgrade my OSX to the newest version.
Can I use the newest ProTools 7.x software after I upgrade my OSX? What is the newest PT version I can use?
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Old 06-18-2006, 02:20 AM
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Default Re: PPC G4 1.25Ghz + OSX 10.4.x + what version of PT ?

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I'm using a PPC G4 Mirror door single CPU 1.25Ghz Macintosh with OSX 10.3.9 now.
My ProTools is version 6.4.1 with Mix cards and 888/24 racks.
I'm planning to upgrade my OSX to the newest version.
Can I use the newest ProTools 7.x software after I upgrade my OSX? What is the newest PT version I can use?
You are already on it. If you upgrade to OSX 10.4.6 Pro Tools 6.4.1 / Mix will not work at all.

You cannot use PT7 with a Mix system.
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Old 06-18-2006, 10:39 PM
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Hi....
I'm using a PPC G4 Mirror door single CPU 1.25Ghz Macintosh with OSX 10.3.9 now.
My ProTools is version 6.4.1 with Mix cards and 888/24 racks.
I'm planning to upgrade my OSX to the newest version.
Can I use the newest ProTools 7.x software after I upgrade my OSX? What is the newest PT version I can use?
You are already on it. If you upgrade to OSX 10.4.6 Pro Tools 6.4.1 / Mix will not work at all.

You cannot use PT7 with a Mix system.
Thank you Tweakhead for your kind advice.
You mean PT 6.4.1 and OSX 10.3.9 are the highest versions I can use with Mix systems?
How about if I upgrade only the OSX to 10.4.6 and keep using PT 6.4.1 ?
PT 6.4.1 doesn't work on OSX 10.4.6 ?
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Old 06-18-2006, 11:31 PM
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PT 6.4.1 doesn't work on OSX 10.4.6 ?
Nope. HD and LE only.
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Old 06-19-2006, 04:05 AM
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Nope. HD and LE only.
That's too sad.
Then I'd better keep my current OSX 10.3.9 until I die.
Thank you for your kind reply.
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