McDSP APB plug-ins are compatible with Pro Tools and other DAWs that support AAX Native plug-in format.
McDSP APB plug-ins require an iLok2 or iLok3 USB Smart Key, or an iLok License Manager account and an iLok Cloud session for authorization.
McDSP APB plug-ins require Mac OS 10.10 or later, and support Pro Tools 12.x or later, Pro Tools 2018.x or later, and Pro Tools 2019.x or later.
McDSP APB plug-ins are not compatible with Windows, nor do they support the VENUE S6L systems.
The APB-16 requires word clock connectivity from your audio interface. Refer to the Setup and Installation section for details on how to connect the APB unit to your system.
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Setup and Installation
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