Avid Pro Tools 10
The new Pro Tools 10 software adds new features to the digital audio workstation.
Avid introduces new tools such as Clip Gain, which separates pre-mix levels from Pro Tools software’s mixing automation, designed to speed up and improve the workflow between sound editors and mixers.
- Clip Gain designed to speed up pre-mix and editing workflows
- Disk handling changes and real-time fades designed for better performance, included on network-attached or slow local drives
- 24-hour timeline capability when conforming multiple projects into a single timeline
- Use multiple file formats and mixed bit depths in the same project—including interleaved—without converting files
- Record, edit, and mix with 32-bit floating-point file format support
- Avid Channel Strip plug-in now included with Pro Tools 10 (System 5 console EQ and dynamics)
Pricing & Availability:
Pro Tools 10 software is available worldwide now. Pricing is as follows:
- Pro Tools 10 software (full version) retails for $699 US MSRP (note that Pro Tools HD 10 software is bundled with Pro Tools|HD family systems only, and is not available for separate purchase except as an upgrade)
- Pro Tools 9 owners can upgrade to Pro Tools 10 for $299
- Pro Tools HD software owners can upgrade to Pro Tools HD 10 starting at $999
More info can be found at www.avid.com.
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