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Syncing PT7 HD with Logic Pro 7.2....?
Old 6th June 2006
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Syncing PT7 HD with Logic Pro 7.2....?

Hi!

It it possible to sync PT7 HD with Logic Pro 7.2?

Having PT 7 HD as a master and Logic as a slave via DTDM or ReWire?

It use to work in version 5 or something but is it possible now??

Best,

MrKidd
Old 7th June 2006
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i did it in 7. don't remember exactly how, but decided it was not so great. you can also run logic with tdm hardware, which i also did not like. mainly because of bugs and incompatibility between drivers.
Old 7th June 2006
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u cant run logic pro as a slave. good if it could happen though.
Old 7th June 2006
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Quote:
Originally Posted by quincyg
i did it in 7. don't remember exactly how, but decided it was not so great. you can also run logic with tdm hardware, which i also did not like. mainly because of bugs and incompatibility between drivers.

I've been running Logic with TDM for 8 years but it's getting worse every update so I started using PT software. But do most of the programing in Logic still, that's why it should be nice to sync those programs.

Peter
Old 8th June 2006
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i believe i did it with rewire and the esbtdm plug-in. maybe it was logic 6. basically, one program chased the other. i gave up on logic and dae and now am native logic only and got a cheap pt mpowered setup for tracking. to tell the truth i am not really sure what the extra $15k gave me before.
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