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Pro Tools is okay for OSX 10.5.3 — well, almost

By C. Steve | May 28, 2008

[Updated 8-30-08] There are now pre-release versions of HD, LE, and M-Powered for Leopard on Digi’s website.

In what has to be one of the more cryptic technical documents to ever emerge from a tech company, Digidesign today stated that Pro Tools is in its final testing stages running on Mac OSX 10.5.3. The missive goes on to say that so-called pre-release versions of Pro Tools 7.4 are right around the corner. “As a convenience for our customers who may wish to begin their transition to Apple’s latest Leopard release as soon as possible, pre-release versions of Pro Tools 7.4.2 will be made available in the next few days.”

What Digi doesn’t say is whether all three versions of Pro Tools — HD, LE, and M-Powered — will actually work on 10.5.3. Given the fact that only the HD version has worked on Leopard (aka 10.5.x) over the past few months, one might be forgiven some skepticism. Guess we’ll see.

Read it for yourself.

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