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Anyone using DP as a front end for PT HD?
Old 28th January 2009
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Anyone using DP as a front end for PT HD?

Hello people!! I have been using DP for years now and I was wondering if there is anyone switching between PT and DP for their front end of their HD system. DP claims to be the number one company for running their alternative software as a front end for Digidesign HD. I would like to keep using the apogee converters and i have the Digital rig hooked up to my console via Tie Lines. I mainly record to tape but would like to integrate HD power into my system, and have an actual PT Program to use If I want to. I am running a mac G5 quad right now. Thanks for your help!
Old 28th January 2009
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I was using DP as the front end for Pro Tools most of the day... It was blowing huge chunks!
Not working well at all. I was using DP5 with PT HD 7.2.
They say 7.4 is much better.
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Really?

What version OSX? What computer? Thanks
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