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HD Native Thunderbolt

Update: Now officially announced. Avid is introducing a HD Native Thunderbolt interface!   Avid.com has pictures, and it is rumored to be officially announced next week.  It’s an HD native card within a Thunderbolt PCIe chassis, and a headphone jack.  Now you can use your Omni with your Macbook or your iMac!  Hooray.  Rumored price-point is $1,995 for the hardware only, though I’m sure there will...

Pro Tools 10.2 Known Issues

Although Pro Tools 10.2 has fixed literally hundreds of bugs, (like “automation stops playing” and “session crashes all the time for no freaking reason”) With every version of Pro Tools there is a list of “known issues” contained in the ReadMe file.  Here are some highlights that alarmed me: Audio scrubbing is offset by the overall system delay when Automatic Delay Compensation is enabled...

System 5 – MC Review!

After a brief look at AES I finally got an in-depth, hands-on demo of the System 5 MC.  I was expecting amazing things, and really wanted to like this console, but to my surprise… I really actually hated it.  Here are my pro’s and con’s: Let’s start positive… Pro’s: – Customizable. …Way more so than the icon.  This could be very useful to those that have one that they use...

Pro Tools 10: The Details

So after the big announcement at AES NYC on Thursday, I was able to sit down and have a hands on demo of the new Pro Tools 10, and the Avid System 5 MC console.  The main features of each are being trumpeted by AVID, and are well documented, so I’m going to give you 5 good things you might not have heard about, and 5 bad things you definitely might not have heard about. Top 5 (Under-Marketed) New Features! 5. 32 Bit...

New Software and Hardware from AVID.

Pro Tools 10, HDX hardware, Euphonix integration!!! Full updates after AES Demo tomorrow! For now check out Avid.com for more details! Share This Post