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    Mar 09, 2007
    Pro Tools Mac & PC
    I am currently running Pro Tools 7.0 LE on my new mac pro. On occasion I might want to go out of state and record music. I can't afford a mac book, but can I load a PC with Pro-tools, record and then transfer the files to my main music recorder mac pro.

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    Jun 02, 2005
    Kansas City, MO
    15" 2.2GHz MBP w/ 2GB of ram and 320 GB HD, 4GB iPhone, 60GB iPod
    yes, i belive (off to the top of my head) that there is a setting you can do when you first open the session to record in a format recognizable by both mac and PC.

    17" 1.86 mhz iMac Core Duo, 13" 1.86 mhz Core Duo MacBook, 60 gig video iPod (black), 4GB iPhone

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    Apr 18, 2006
    New York
    Macbook 2.0, 1gb ram,80 gig hdd, Powermac G5, 80 Gig HDD, 1/5 gbs of ram. dvd writer
    ryan you beat me to it !
    or you can burn a session with all the audio files and the protool session, and open it up in a windows pc. That's how a friend of mine does it.

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