Avid Pro Tools 11
Avid Pro Tools 11

Pro Tools 11, General Sequencer from Avid in the Pro Tools series.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 10 reviews )
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Value For Money : Poor
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roska's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Mixed Review"

Avid Pro Tools 11
The installation does not pose problems on Mac. For Windows, I do not know.
The configuration does not ask me specific problems and I thought it was pretty easy.
No incompatibilities with sequencers that I usually use.
The manual is a bit messy, but in general, it can quickly serve as a reference in case of doubt. But there is more in the genre!


I installed it on a fairly muscular iMac and MacBook Pro on a VERY muscular, I carry everywhere. I only use SSDs.
ProTools air to be stable for now.


I use it occasionally, but I prefer Logic Pro X and Cubase.
What I like: NO BIG THING. I know it's going to shock because ProTools is the reference in the DAW, but not for me. First, I have not managed to run one of my rather-ins that I use with the latest version of Cubase. I find the interface a little "old" and a little messy. I struggled to click on some "small" buttons. On an iMac is not a problem, but on a smaller screen like the MacBook Pro, I had some problems.
I do not like the mixer. I prefer that Logic Pro X, much clearer in my taste.
In short: I do not like ProTools and I think I'll sell it.
I think Pro Tools is too expensive compared to other sequencers that do as well.
A standard, certainly, but, in my opinion, surpassed by Apple and Cubase.