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Pro Tools vs AW4416

Discussion in 'Pro Tools' started by Juke99, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. Juke99

    Juke99 Guest

    I'm new to Pro Tools but have used my AW4416 for some time now.

    All of my recording is done at home....usually with me on all tracks.

    I've read a bit about Pro Tools...

    My question is two part.

    If you are familiar with both Pro Tools and the 4416, what are the advantages of Pro Tools and is it worth it to move to Pro Tools and dump the 4416 (I'm not really concerned about the $ to do so)

    What is the optimal set up for Pro Tools?

    Thanks. Much appreciated...especially as this is my first post. :D
  2. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    Jul 25, 2004
    for easy productions and with limited budget i would stay (like i do!) out of the way from pro-tools!
    besides the plug-ins what you get with pro-tools le is sh*t!
    hate they're markting strategy and world dominance...
  3. Bhennies

    Bhennies Guest

    Come on...jesus this corporate world dominance thing is getting out of hand. HOw many people actually record music? We're not talking about mass markets here. Maybe if you were talking about Bechtel, but DIGIDESIGN?

    Look, Pro Tools is a great piece of software. THe hardware is decent too. Download Pro Tools free and see if you like it. I did, and that's why I've stayed with PT (I've used just about everything else- DP, logic, Acid, etc.- and find PT's interface intuitive and easy to work with for audio).
  4. tundrkys

    tundrkys Guest

    I would really like to spend a day with someone who really knows what they are doing behind a protools console. Just watching their HD DVD Demo video, there appears to be some pretty neat stuff going on, that I just didn't see the few times I've messed around with it.

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