#1
is it possible in pro tools 9 hd to use the built-in output of my mac for monitoring, and my pod x3 as audio interface for input?

i cant seem to figure out how to do this.
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#2
Not a Pro Tools user, but in many DAW's you can't set an interface for recording, and then use the Mac's in-built output. The question I have though, is why the hell would you want to do this?
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#3
in logic i used to be able to just set the input device and the output device, so i hoped pro tools would have a simmiliar option:P

and right now im at my drummers house working on a song but i forgot a mini-jack to jack adapter, so i need to connect speakers to my macbook.
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#4
Just use the ear/headphone port on your pod if there is one. I'm pretty sure that would be a better way to monitor yourself than through the stock speakers on the mac. Either that or invest in some kind of external monitors.
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#5
Quote by Ih5g
in logic i used to be able to just set the input device and the output device, so i hoped pro tools would have a simmiliar option:P

and right now im at my drummers house working on a song but i forgot a mini-jack to jack adapter, so i need to connect speakers to my macbook.

Which version of Logic was this?

Anyway, as mentioned above this post, you'd be much better off using the Pod's headphone port (I believe it has one) as that would probably yield higher audio fidelity and less latency.
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