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Toast 11 And Pro Tools Regions



Does toast 11 pro recognize Pro Tools Regions the way Jam does?

When I use Jam, and add a Track or drag a track to the Jam window, (typically a wav file that I've created in Pro Tools, and have split into regions and exported the regions), Jam will see the regions that are 'within' the file.

Can Toast do this? It certainly should be able to!

Otherwise I have to re-export all my Pro Tools regions as stereo wav files before I can load them as an audio CD in Toast, which is a hugely time-consuming and space-consuming activity.

And is also a huge step backwards from Jam to Toast!

Please say I can do it!


Tim Woolf


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I have no way to check but I'm doubtful. You can buy Toast 11 as a download from Roxio and use their 30-day refund policy as a way to check. You may need to Bounce to Disk from Pro Tools or continue using Jam. I know Jam 6 continues to run on OS 10.6.7. The only problem is the Jam installer no longer works. So what I've done is copied the installed Jam application from an older Mac to my new one and it works fine.

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