10.3 upgrade

MrSavage

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Feb 17, 2005
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I am about to upgrade my systems to OS 10.3, does anyone know of any software or hardware conflicts that may arise when using, pro tools 6.7, logic 6.3,( soon to be 7) with native instrument plugins.
I work as the music technician at a college we have had problems with the need for multiple loggins, using os10.2. All the students need to log in as admin to beable to change midi/audio setting when using the audio packages, but this is a security risk for us, can using 10.3 remedy this?
 

MisterMe

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Jul 17, 2002
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MrSavage said:
I am about to upgrade my systems to OS 10.3, does anyone know of any software or hardware conflicts that may arise when using, pro tools 6.7, logic 6.3,( soon to be 7) with native instrument plugins.
I work as the music technician at a college we have had problems with the need for multiple loggins, using os10.2. All the students need to log in as admin to beable to change midi/audio setting when using the audio packages, but this is a security risk for us, can using 10.3 remedy this?
I have no personal experience with software incompatibilies. Neither have I heard of anyone else have problems with software compatibility. So, if your app works with MacOS X 10.2, you can rest assured that it will work with 10.3.
 
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FightTheFuture

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Oct 19, 2003
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Avid DV express 3.5 stopped working for me when i upgraded to panther. but everything else seems to work. though i dont use any audio software. as far as i can see protools 6.7 should work in 10.3. my coworker also told me he was running logic pro 6 at home on 10.3 before upgrading to 7.
 
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Chappers

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Aug 12, 2003
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10.3 is sweet I'm sure it will go ok. I just upgraded my home mac and a friends old iMac DV with only just enough RAM to panther and we are both happy.

good luck although I will say that the archive and install option (with save setting option activated) seems to be the way to go. A totally clean install is ideal but usually impractical.

good luck
 
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