Extra Leopard compatibility for PT

UK: Digidesign has announced extra Mac Leopard compatibility for Pro Tools 7.4, writes PSN-e. The enhanced compatibility is offered via a pre-release version of Pro Tools software, Pro Tools 7.4.2pr. According to Digidesign, the software is being provided as a "convenience" for Mac users wishing to begin the transition to Leopard before a fully tested and qualified version of Pro Tools becomes available.
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UK: Digidesign has announced extra Mac Leopard compatibility for Pro Tools 7.4, writes PSN-e. The enhanced compatibility is offered via a pre-release version of Pro Tools software, Pro Tools 7.4.2pr. According to Digidesign, the software is being provided as a "convenience" for Mac users wishing to begin the transition to Leopard before a fully tested and qualified version of Pro Tools becomes available.

Pro Tools 7.4.2pr is available as a download only, and requires Mac OS X 10.5.3. The new software is not compatible with earlier versions of Leopard.

Web » www.digidesign.com

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