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Furt's review - Avid Pro Tools 10

I am from the beginning an enthusiastic user of Samplitude, special software which is the audio. But this only works perfectly on Windows, and this is the Achilles heel of this software. After a recording session that turned into a nightmare thanks to XP crazy, I decided to switch to Mac.
I do not have the Logic loved everything and I turned to Pro Tools 10 that I immediately loved.

No problems with installation or configuration. Everything turned immediately and has so far never failed.

Unlike the Logic which is very poorly done, the manual is very clear and didactic.


Mac Book Pro, TC studiokonnect 48.



One feels immediately that the software has been designed by professionals for professionals. Ie that everything is done to make the job easier, faster and more efficient. There are a multitude of functions that simplify your life and allow you to do quality work.

The sound is excellent (much better than Logic for example) as well as the stereo rendering.
on the other hand I found a little stingy Avid at the plug ins provided. Some are good, but it lacks a multiband compressor, reverb worthy of the name, everything about sound analysis: spectrogaphe, spectrometer, etc. correlator phase. All this is found in Samplitude with a bonus CD burning module to the standard RB.
When you need to buy all those plug-ins, the bill rises quickly.

And then there's the new Pro Tools 11, which is controversial, as RTAS plug-ins are no longer compatible, as well as some avid hardware.

In bef, I am very happy with Pro Tools 10 but I will stop here and continue to have fun on Samplitude proX