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All I know is it is the version of Pro Tools that comes with the "Pro Tools 9 + Mbox Mini" package (see also here).

Kinda sounds like you can use any interface with it (or no interface, which I assume means soundcard), but some confirmation from someone with direct experience would be awesome!

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creating tags required 300 reputation, so that we don't have misspelled tags that link to spam websites – SeanC Jun 20 '12 at 15:42
    
By any, do you mean any of the interfaces on the mbox? or any connected to the computer? FWIW, I have used previous versions of ProTools without dedicated hardware... just the computer's built-in interfaces. – JoshP Jun 20 '12 at 15:42
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Pro Tools 9 is the first version that allows any interface to be used with the software. See also, under requirements:

Interface: Works with ASIO, Core Audio, WDM, MME, and multi-client drivers.

So, if your interface uses ASIO or Core Audio – and most of them do – you should be fine. See also: Pro Tools Hardware Checker

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great to know -- since I am now a proud owner of PT9 ;) tyvm and thanks to all who responded! – whoha Jun 20 '12 at 16:45

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