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Digidesign Reason Adapted 3.0.1 requirements (2005)
« on: February 15, 2020, 07:38:06 AM »
Digidesign Ignition pack for Digi 002 came with this version of Reason "Adapted"
it was bundled with Pro Tools LE 7

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System Requirements for Reason Adapted for Digidesign 3.0.5
Mac OS:
Mac OS 10.3.9 or higher (PowerPC)
Mac OS 10.4.4 or higher (Intel based Mac)
256 MB RAM
2 GB free hard disk space
CD-ROM drive
Monitor 800x600 or larger.
A MIDI interface and a MIDI keyboard (or similar).

Macintosh:
Power Macintosh with G3, G4 or G5 processor (or better)
128 Megabytes of RAM or more
CD-ROM drive (for installation only).
Mac OS X 10.2 or later
800x600 display (or better)

Windows:
PC with 300 MHz or faster Pentium compatible computer
128 Megabytes of RAM or more.
CD-ROM drive (for installation only)
Windows XP (or later)
800x600 display (or better)
A 16-bit Windows compatible audio card, preferably with an ASIO or
DirectX driver