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Digidesign Pro Tools 6 Le
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Digidesign Pro Tools 6 Le

General Sequencer from Digidesign belonging to the Pro Tools 6 series.

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Digidesign Pro Tools 6 LePublished on 01/07/04 at 11:08
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Hi! I want to know how to arrest the error message 6086.je works on PC, even just by reading a track without effect. thank you for help.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Assus motherboard, hard 2disque: + ide usb2, sound card digi rack 02, the software works well apart the message 6086.la configuration is stable on win xp

OVERALL OPINION

For three months, I like the sound is the very first time I work with Mao.
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Digidesign Pro Tools 6 LePublished on 04/23/04 at 13:19
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Trouble-free installation.
trs grip fast Ingala simplicity.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Mac G4 400 MB agp/448 / mbox OS 10.2.8
zero crashes, zero error message except those concerning the use of the CPU for my powermac starts to be old (he'll have to move to the G5).
copy of this software is Mac, and the plug are all recognized, perfect sync between ProTools and Reason 2.5 via ReWire.

OVERALL OPINION

I use ProTool 3 years (Free, 5, 5.2, 6 and 6.2) is the latest version trs resulted in audio and still pitiful in MIDI (it has to prferera Cubase SX or other) .
report qualitprix suitable pramp of the mbox are effective trs (Focusrite).
can be no regrets except for MIDI which......
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Trouble-free installation.
trs grip fast Ingala simplicity.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Mac G4 400 MB agp/448 / mbox OS 10.2.8
zero crashes, zero error message except those concerning the use of the CPU for my powermac starts to be old (he'll have to move to the G5).
copy of this software is Mac, and the plug are all recognized, perfect sync between ProTools and Reason 2.5 via ReWire.

OVERALL OPINION

I use ProTool 3 years (Free, 5, 5.2, 6 and 6.2) is the latest version trs resulted in audio and still pitiful in MIDI (it has to prferera Cubase SX or other) .
report qualitprix suitable pramp of the mbox are effective trs (Focusrite).
can be no regrets except for MIDI which requires acquire another software best Labor in this area.
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Digidesign Pro Tools 6 LePublished on 04/24/05 at 23:46
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Problem-free installation
- No incompatibility itself if and only if you follow religiously announcements Digidesign, which is trspnibles. Versions of ProTools are toukopurs the bourgeoisie over updates from Apple for OS X and if we put Precipitation Occurred on the last day of Apple half the time to wallow (hey guys Digidesign, if you're bored there's taf ct compatibility and / or monitoring of updates to Apple)
- The config is trs obscure for a non specialist in the original but it works .. impec except that in my case the default tracks taient groups and have a lot galr to understand why I could not until someone saves me putting on the forum for AudioFanzine
- I do not regard......
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Problem-free installation
- No incompatibility itself if and only if you follow religiously announcements Digidesign, which is trspnibles. Versions of ProTools are toukopurs the bourgeoisie over updates from Apple for OS X and if we put Precipitation Occurred on the last day of Apple half the time to wallow (hey guys Digidesign, if you're bored there's taf ct compatibility and / or monitoring of updates to Apple)
- The config is trs obscure for a non specialist in the original but it works .. impec except that in my case the default tracks taient groups and have a lot galr to understand why I could not until someone saves me putting on the forum for AudioFanzine
- I do not regard the manual, I used the tutorials on the Internet,
Grinder: I'm finally came and the doc (700 pages in PDF) Austre bit though, is extremely well done.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

- IBook G4 1 Ghz 768 MB RAM 60 MB disk + External LaCie Firewire 250 MB, Sound Card .. Mbox
The software works perfectly on this setup. But if I do not close the session before quitting the app, it refuses to restart (crash when loading MIDI lments, while I have no MIDI equipment). Must then tie together the Mac to agree to reopen ..
- Perfs excellent but I only use a few tracks and just a bit of compression. Having said that PT LE Whereas the iBook is for himself and it is not possible to do something else while it bounce (in export AIF) your exact session.
- Hardware configuration (iBook / Mbox) + software (PT LE) trs stable .. Subject to technical compatibility bienr OMPLIANCE official (otherwise on Mac OS X is the bronx total)

OVERALL OPINION

Warning:
1) I am a great beginners (so what am is a notice of commencement, not an opinion gnraliste)
2) I use it in a spcial: recording of spoken text with musical background mountains (in the spirit of a mission radio) I use a lot of things not that musicians use no doubt.
I use it for two months
What I like least .. hard to say I am far from having pushed into a corner and I in audio beginners
- Before I used Amadeus II (shareware trs well) and Peak to publisher and Audacity for editing. ProTools bury each and includes everything. Amadeus I, however, retained for recording in MP3 (or convert MP3 to AIF) because ProTools LE does not seem to know what format
Report poustouflant quality price (since it is included with the Mbox), use I think is the best argument for the hard Digidesign
I would do this without any hsitation choice, I am impressed with this app trs (for that I use) is both a professional and a soft a soft accessible beginners like me.
- Trs side benefit is used on a small screen (I have an iBook laptop 12 inches) which is not really the case, for example, Audacity
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Digidesign Pro Tools 6 LePublished on 12/11/05 at 14:11
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It is true that ProTools is super-simple at first. 2 hours to get a piece of qq tracks. For cons, the South is totally twisted: 2 tracks each time, it sucks.

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Off topic:
Personal Opinion on the upgrade to 7.0 LE: the obligation to buy an iLok with the upgrade have not given, even if it does not plug-in is not a forced sale, that? It is even heavier than the mbox itself is a mega anti-piracy in itself. So it's simple, I buy it. And I might get interested in Linux soon, Ardour & Jack ...
It starts to do well, like lemons to squeeze those who pay the apps they use. Ola zicos, it calls you?
A piu

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

768MB MSI athlon1800 + / 1x80 Gb / Mbox1
Yes, it works.
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It is true that ProTools is super-simple at first. 2 hours to get a piece of qq tracks. For cons, the South is totally twisted: 2 tracks each time, it sucks.

x
Off topic:
Personal Opinion on the upgrade to 7.0 LE: the obligation to buy an iLok with the upgrade have not given, even if it does not plug-in is not a forced sale, that? It is even heavier than the mbox itself is a mega anti-piracy in itself. So it's simple, I buy it. And I might get interested in Linux soon, Ardour & Jack ...
It starts to do well, like lemons to squeeze those who pay the apps they use. Ola zicos, it calls you?
A piu

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

768MB MSI athlon1800 + / 1x80 Gb / Mbox1
Yes, it works.
OK
The config is unfortunately prone to reboot, and everything must be fired as active programs: disconnect, turn the anti-virus, etc..

OVERALL OPINION

1 year
In good: easy original, but bad:
twelve o'clock poorly managed, not available without stand VST fee (FXpansion) and stroke (cost) of bounce in mp3 pay is a lousy, serious.
No, my friends are almost all under the protools
very expensive and not open enough (VST, Linux)
No. I would look first under Linux.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Digidesign
  • Model: Pro Tools 6 Le
  • Series: Pro Tools 6
  • Category: General Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 04/11/2006

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