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aiff or wav acidized loops?

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Hi everyone,

I just bought a loops and sounds package. The items come in 16bits and in aiff, wav acidized, and Rex2 formats. Since I work with Pro Tools LE 7.4/MBox2 Pro and Digital Performer, which format is better for me to work with?

Thanks for your help.

2.3 dual Mac G5
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