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MOTU DP4 and DAE


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Hi everyone,

I'm trying to work with MOTU DP4 and DAE as audio engine, but when I select DAE in the audio setup options of DP4, an Error -2804 appears. (Iv'e worked with DP3 and DAE in OS9 with no problems).

Thanks for any help.

1.25 GHz dual Mac G4
OSX 10.3.9
DP 4.12
DAE 5.1.1
Apogee AD 8000
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You are talking in acronyms

I do not know about others on here but I haven't a scooby what you are talking about

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