Following on from Mike's Pro Tools Help article about syncing two Macs together, I thought I'd pick up the baton for Windows users.
Network MIDI is just as versatile as wired MIDI and needn't be any more difficult for Windows users than for Mac users.
In my video we see -
- How to download and install Network MIDI services on your Microsoft Windows machine,
- How to link up to Apple Mac machines on the same network,
- and How To set up Pro Tools to control other software over Network MIDI.
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