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Offline chrisNova777

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max level of officially supported apps for Windows 7
« on: October 28, 2014, 11:37:31 PM »
windows 3.x | win95 | win98se | win2k | winXP | Vista | Windows 7 | last 32bit versions | mac

July 2009 - October 2012
Acid Pro 7 (10/14/2008) http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/apr09/articles/acid7.htm
Pro Tools MP 9.0.5 (8/27/2011) [32bit]
Pro Tools v10.1   (12/22/2011)
Digital Performer 8 (9/28/2012) [64bit]
Reason 7 (4/30/2013) [64bit]
Pro Tools 11 (4/7/2013) [64bit]
Sonar X3 (9/28/2013)[64bit]
Nuendo 6.5 (9/3/2014) [64bit]
Cubase 7.5.30 (9/3/2014) [64bit]
FL Studio 11.11 (9/11/2014) [64bit]
Ableton Live 9.1.5 (9/18/2014) [64bit]
Reason 8 (9/30/2014) [64bit]


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first versions made during win7 release would be:
Pro tools 8 (m-powered?)
Live 8.2
Reason 5 / 6
Cubase 5 / 6
Sonar X1 / X2
Fl Studio 9/10