Pro Tools

Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by Itzchrystyle, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. Itzchrystyle

    Itzchrystyle New Member

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    How many of you use pro tools
  2. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    :) Certainly not me!

    I doubt if are that many ProTools users here - it's extremely expensive and way out of the reach of many home studio engineers. Besides which, there's plenty of other stuff around which can do much the same job for a lot less money - even the pros are beginning to realise this.
  3. shorts

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    Protools is pretty limiting unless you have a big budget....

    Best to stay with relatively open systems like Cakewalk or Cubase ish stuff... DXi and VST stuff is pretty easy to get.
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    CyberCat Active Member

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    protools is good but they really limit you depending on the amount of inputs and outputs you have... ie, the cheaper version you get the less i/o's you have on your interface. Mbox, digi 01 or digi 02 or HD system
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    I use it all the time. You wont find a major studio that isn't running a protools interface of some sort. For midi I think it sucks but for tracking and audio editing it definitely excels.

    Peace

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