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Waveburner / new Ibook Question

Discussion in 'Recording' started by e-cue, Jun 21, 2001.

  1. e-cue

    e-cue Active Member

    I guess this is the right place to ask this question:
    I have an g3 ibook (the new one, not the gay-clam lookin' one) with a DVD/Cd-R combo drive. I love using waveburner to sequence records I've mixed, so my artist/record label can get an idea of how their record will sound with certain sequences, crossfades, etc. I know that waveburner does not support firewire drives. I can't get it to see my CD-R internal :confused: I checked version tracker to see if there was a more current driver out there, but there isn't. I can burn CD's using toast, but waveburner just won't see it. Any ideas of what my problem could be?

    E to the Cue
     
  2. Dedric

    Dedric Guest

    Waveburner currently only supports SCSI drives that I know of. There was a post from Emagic today on the user forum that Firewire/ATAPI support is currently in beta for Waveburner Pro. It will probably become my CD-burning/mastering program of choice when Firewire support happens.
     
  3. e-cue

    e-cue Active Member

    Just wondering if anyone heard anything new about this???
     
  4. pan

    pan Guest

    Hey E-cue! Look at the Emagic Website, Waveburner 2.1 with Firewire Support is available as an Update.
     
  5. e-cue

    e-cue Active Member

    Yeah, thanks. Now if they could only run support of my internal burner. Hell, maybe I should just buy a firewire drive.
     

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