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Abbey Road waves plug ins, need help
Old 3 weeks ago
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Abbey Road waves plug ins, need help

I just got abbey road waves plug ins, I have a 2012 macbook pro os 10.12.6, and I have an mbox 2 mini, trying to figure out what version of protools is needed, or if I can use it with something else like abelton? Just wanted to see if anyone else is using the plug ins and if there is any good info out there on how to start with it, I mainly just need to figure out what version of pro tools I need to set it up with my os/mbox combo, or if I need to get a different mbox set up or whatever since it would be an older set up that I would keep just to use the plug ins on.

Ok thanks so much in advance!
Old 3 weeks ago
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Waves plugins run great on a number of different systems. Here is a link to the relevant support doc on the waves site...
Old 2 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by BillDRoss View Post
I just got abbey road waves plug ins, I have a 2012 macbook pro os 10.12.6, and I have an mbox 2 mini, trying to figure out what version of protools is needed, or if I can use it with something else like abelton? Just wanted to see if anyone else is using the plug ins and if there is any good info out there on how to start with it, I mainly just need to figure out what version of pro tools I need to set it up with my os/mbox combo, or if I need to get a different mbox set up or whatever since it would be an older set up that I would keep just to use the plug ins on.

Ok thanks so much in advance!
All you need to do is install the version that goes with your OS. Mac uses RTAS and PC's use VST and DX in most cases

Waves works with both.
Old 1 week ago
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The man thing to be careful about with Waves is don’t install both Version 9 and 10 of the same plugin. It will cause you issues. Oh and don’t install a V10 plugin if you only have a V9 license. So if you end up having problems with it running under ProTools, this MAY be the reason.

It appears that going by the link provided above which versions of ProTools is compatible. As long as one of them is compatible with your Mac, an I think they all are, you should be good to go.
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