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Everytime we update sofware, my partner and I buy dual licenses so we can seamlessly float files back and forth. He does some of the pre-production work creating base tracks in B-I-A-B and exports them to Sonar - then sends them to me to record clients audio and mix, then back to him to master. His machine has crashed and he's thinking of building a W7 machine and updating all the programs to their 64-bit versions but the main studio (mine) is still running 32-bit. It has been rock-solid for years and I really don't like the idea of fixing what isn't broken. Will my XP machine and 32-bit Sonar Pro read his 64-bit files? And can I send him 32-bit for mastering?
It is not essential to use the 64-bit version of Sonar just because you have a 64-bit operating system. The 32-bit Sonar can be installed too. Both versions can be installed independently alongside each other.