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Pro Tools Free 5.0.1 + OMS 2.3.8

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DOWNLOAD: http://www.mediafire.com/?a29r63dwm2e69q1 (31,1 Mb).
About Pro Tools FREE.
Pro Tools FREE provides the following capabilities:
• Record and play up to 8 tracks of digital audio (depending on the capabilities of your
computer)
• Record and play up to 48 MIDI tracks
• Use non-linear, random-access editing and mix automation
• Process audio with up to 5 RTAS plug-ins per track, limited only by the capabilities of
your computer
• Use up to 5 inserts and 5 sends per track
• Route up to16 busses
• Work with 16-bit or 24-bit sessions (depending on the capabilities of your audio
hardware)

Pro Tools FREE uses your computer’s CPU to mix and process audio tracks (host
processing). Computers with faster clock speeds therefore yield higher track, insert,
and send counts, as well as more plug-in processing.

Look at Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro_Tools#Pro_Tools_LE_systems

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

To use Pro Tools FREE on a Macintosh, you need:
• A Digidesign-qualified Power Macintosh (G3 or G4 recommended)
• Mac OS 8.6 or 9.0
• At least 128 MB RAM (192 MB recommended)
• CD-ROM drive or Web access for software install
• QuickTime 4.0 or higher (included with Pro Tools FREE Installer CD)
• OMS 2.3.8 or higher (included with Pro Tools FREE Installer CD)

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by devils_advisor - 2017, January 8 - 5:46pm

A brief look at Protools in Mac OS 9, work in progress for a mini series (Tutorials)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NL0cVbe36L4

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by supernova777 - 2013, September 23 - 1:59pm

http://www.refusesoftware.com/products/feature/1

the above link is of great interest to those of you who like me are interested in using pro tools 5 on os9 with propellerheads reason... this software bridges the gap between pro tools + reason on os9!!!!

When Digidesign ported Pro Tools to OS X, they added built-in support for ReWire applications, making reFuse obsolete for OS X systems. However, if you are running Pro Tools on an OS 9 system, reFuse remains the only software solution for linking to ReWire applications.

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by supernova777 - 2013, September 22 - 7:26am

to be clear there is a few diff versions of this software!

as far as i understand it .. theres pro tools 5 TDM (for the pro device line)
and then there is pro tools 5 LE (for the digi 001/002 devices)
and pro tools 5 free (works only with mac built in audio device in g3/g4 macs)

i personally have a digi 001 and i have the Pro tools LE 5.0.1 CD that says
it is "for power macintosh and windows 98 Pro Tools LE Systems'
unfortunately the serial that i have doesnt seem to work with this cd.. and im pretty sure it worked the last time i tried it.. I think there is some documented issues with installing PT 5.0.1 FREE and then trying to install the normal PT LE 5.0.1.. which is what ive done this time around, i think its made my serial not work somehow.... either that or my serial is somehow a serial for 5.1 and not 5.0.1 -- either way its not working and i might have to reinstall and start over to try to get to the bottom of this;(

ok i figured it out turns out it was the wrong serial all along...
if its a serial for Pro Tools LE 5.0.1 it will start with "DIGI0501"
if its a serial for Pro Tools LE 5.1 it will start with "DIGI0510"

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by TataMisia - 2011, March 15 - 2:07pm
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http://archive.digidesign.com/compato/os9/sw/macos501.html

You need virtual memory and appletalk turned off while you're using this software.

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by InkBlot - 2010, December 29 - 1:38am

IIGS User, you are correct about OMS. It's sorta like CoreMIDI in OS X. OMS was the most used MIDI interface system, though there were other choices, like MidiShare, MOTU FreeMIDI, and Apple MIDI Manager.

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by IIGS_User - 2010, December 17 - 5:03pm

I'm not sure whether I'm true, at least.

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by Euryale - 2010, December 16 - 4:41pm

´Never heard of that one.

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by IIGS_User - 2010, December 16 - 4:27pm

I remember OMS as 'Open Music System', as the driver software between the Music software and MIDI devices in classic Mac OS, latest version 2.3.8 (as given in this d/l).

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by Euryale - 2010, December 16 - 3:34pm

THANK YOU!
I really need to get my hands on this program,
I already use Audio Studio Pro 2004 which works great for my Music
but I need to learn ProTools which is the Industry standard.