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Try reformatting the drive to Journaled OSX and it should work, however if Im wrong then Im sorry for wasting your time. New Reply Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Reddit Search Forums Post Reply Welcome to Gearslutz Pro Audio Forum! Any other ideas? I'm on a 2007 Mac Pro Quad Core. 10 gigs of memory and recording to a 3TB USB hard drive. his comment is here

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Our goal is to deliver the best Hip Hop Production content and to help elevate the Hip Hop culture to a higher level. oh and windows or mac? XThread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Search RecordingReview.com Register Remember Me? This discussion is locked            kbfaye Level 1 (0 points) Q: DISK SPACE ALLOCATION AND RECORDING IN PROTOOLS I have an Mac G4 from 2003 with a small hard drive.

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I have reformatted the firewire drive as OSX Extended (Jounaled). http://forum.recordingreview.com/f41/pro-tools-8-allocate-space-recording-41346/ Posted By cakewalkKaKed (3 replies) 11-08-2016, 12:59 PM in The Band Bar 2488 neo output questions... Could Not Allocate Space For Recording Pro Tools 9 Posted By RecordingReviewBot (0 replies) Yesterday, 07:30 AM in Stupid Deal Of The Day Gravity Drive Posted By Svencanz (0 replies) 11-08-2016, 07:11 PM in The Band Bar Six String Slinger Pro Tools Could Not Allocate Memory For The Disk Cache If so, here's one thing to try: in the workspace window you have to choose the drive and find the column that says, I believe, 'A' for audio and next to

You need an account to post a reply. this content Give us a call (800) 222-4700 Español: (800) 222-4701 Fax: (260) 432-1758 Email us Sweetwater 5501 U.S. Thanks my man! I just needed to add another internal hard drive.

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Hwy 30 W Fort Wayne, IN 46818 Get directions Phone Hours 9AM–9PM Monday–Thursday 9AM–8PM Friday 9AM–7PM Saturday (All hours listed are Eastern Time.) Click here for Music Store hours © 2016 In workspace option, The drive is set to R (Record) in both categories, same as previous recording drive. Creating a new user account and/or saving a new session outside of the user folder solved the problem.

Also, if your using a firewire drive that you are also using for your "time machine backups"..

Anyone ever get this message? stringplayer View Public Profile Find all posts by stringplayer « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Changed the Custom allocation to the LACIE, disabled round robin allocation and system disk volume. to make a long story short, when i used my internal HD on my mac i can record with no problems..

This podcast was a fun one. I am working solely on Protools and only have 6-7 protools sessions saved on it. This just started today for some unknown reason. http://amigasuperbit.com/pro-tools/pro-tools-8-cannot-allocate-space-for-recording.html By using this site, you agree to our use of cookies.

Well, I checked my external drive and it was already set to record audio. i did read somewhere the macs do not want to save projects to an external HD that is not formatted for macs specifically and that would cause this problem..