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  • kierelkierel

    it's heavy!

    Avid Pro Tools HD2Published on 05/27/13 at 02:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Trial Version (therefore limited in time)
    it is a gas plant completely sealed to the uninitiated! but with limitless possibility (that is why it is one of the most soft used by major studios to global!)
    extremely expensive it is available (in its full version) the structure with a large (or very large) budget. but the quality of treatment (without any latency levels whatever) is really impressive! on this point is cubase far behind ...

    I do not have the means to buy at the moment (Mbox versions are anything but practical and damn limited! cubase one at this price is more profitable!) but why not pack AVID complete stud (version Fab Dupont !)

    for I wanted to note 22 (killing unmatc…
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    Trial Version (therefore limited in time)
    it is a gas plant completely sealed to the uninitiated! but with limitless possibility (that is why it is one of the most soft used by major studios to global!)
    extremely expensive it is available (in its full version) the structure with a large (or very large) budget. but the quality of treatment (without any latency levels whatever) is really impressive! on this point is cubase far behind ...

    I do not have the means to buy at the moment (Mbox versions are anything but practical and damn limited! cubase one at this price is more profitable!) but why not pack AVID complete stud (version Fab Dupont !)

    for I wanted to note 22 (killing unmatched) but is not!
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