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studio vision 3.5 as an upgrade
« on: August 06, 2017, 03:53:33 PM »
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Compatibility
Digidesign (DAE, NuBus and PCI)
Pro Tools III & all compatible TDM plug-ins,
Pro Tools Project,
Session 8,
Sound Tools II,
Pro Tools 442,
Audiomedia LC/II/III

Yamaha: CBX-D3, CBX-D5 (with updated ROMs from Yamaha)
Sonic Solutions: SonicStudio 4-12 & 16-24

System Requirements
Minimum: Mac 68030 or higher, System 7 or higher, 8 MB RAM for application, large hard disk (audio card required for non-Power Macs)

Recommended: Power Macintosh and above, System 7 or higher, 12 MB RAM for application- depends on file sizes, about 300K RAM per DSP Plug-in, Level 2 cache, large hard disk (2 gig, 7200 rpm preferable), CD ROM drive, Speed Doubler and defragmentation utility