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I have just bought on line, few days ago, Toast Titanium 10 in order to install it on my new Mac Pro with Snow Leopard. As a sound engineer, I was used to work with Jam. Unfortunately, this software - Jam - is not included within Titanium 10. Another problem is I am unable to find anything about Jam on Roxiosite.

Moreover, Jam required the presence of Toast to operate but Jam 6 or even 6.01 can't work with Titanium 10.

What can I do ? Is there another software doing the same as Jam does (did ?), thow Toast does not offer features useful for professional use.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Best regards from France.

Pierre-François

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I have just bought on line, few days ago, Toast Titanium 10 in order to install it on my new Mac Pro with Snow Leopard. As a sound engineer, I was used to work with Jam. Unfortunately, this software - Jam - is not included within Titanium 10. Another problem is I am unable to find anything about Jam on Roxiosite.

Moreover, Jam required the presence of Toast to operate but Jam 6 or even 6.01 can't work with Titanium 10.

What can I do ? Is there another software doing the same as Jam does (did ?), thow Toast does not offer features useful for professional use.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Best regards from France.

Pierre-François

 

See if this is of any help (its in the Jam forum) http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/59583-running-jam-on-an-intel-snow-leopard-machine/

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In addition to the thread linked to by ogdens, browse through some of the other threads in the Jam forum.

 

I have Jam 6.0.3 and it is still working with the OS 10.6.6 on my Intel Mac. I believe it may be necessary to copy a previously installed Jam application from an older Mac rather than trying to run the Jam installer, but once it's there it works fine.

 

Toast 10 has most of Jam's features plus a couple additional ones. Check the box next to "Show advanced audio mastering settings" in the Audo & Video tab of Toast's Preferences and you should see the various options in the Toast Audio window with Audio CD selected as the format or in the Toast Convert window with Audio Files selected as the source. When using Toast 10 you don't need Jam.

 

I don't think you can open Jam projects in Toast 10. You can, however, open Jam-created .sd2f files.

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