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USB Microphone and Pro Tools


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I was wondering if there is any way to connect my USB condenser mic to Pro Tools. I noticed that the Mbox does not have an input slot for a USB. Do I have to use a 1/4 jack or XLR mic or is there a way to record from my USB mic? I'd hate to buy another mic if I can avoid it.
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