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sw80's review"vs Pro Tools"
Trying to save projects in the Digital Performer 7 and open them up in Pro Tools was easy, but I just did not like it at all and plus a lot of plug-ins that are in MOTU are not in Pro Tools so you will be missing key plug-ins.
There is no doubt that this program is great, and it is next in line behind Pro Tools. But I recommend keeping your MOTU files all in this program, and not even messing with putting them in Pro Tools. I have even had corrupted files when trying to work back and forth between Performer 7 and Pro Tools. It ended up being a huge headache for me. But when just working with Performer 7, you can achieve the same things you can achieve in Pro Tools. It really comes down to a choice of personal preference, or you can deal with the headache of using both together.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I work on a Mac G5 ppc, 4 gigs of memory, and 250GB hard drive. I is not had a major problem with and I'm glad.
I am DP7.24 for nearly one year, I do not regret having bought this software there, and for the price it is expensive but it is really worth. It is my choice ...
1 of 4 people found this review helpful
Random?'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" What I wanted."
I have an iMac with 4GB of 2010
I never reached the limits, I do not use virtual instruments at the moment and I am very frugal on the plugin.
I mainly mix sessions of music and I never exceeded 40 tracks of treatments. I should redo this notice in the future.
I use it for a year.
I tried protools, I know how to use it but I feel really uncomfortable over, I put it down to ergonomics.
Same for Logic, deemed easy to use, I can not work effectively over.
Cubase merit that I plunged back there, I liked but I did not have time to get an idea.
I enjoyed Digital Performer when I tried it.
I think it suits me perfectly in its logic and user interface.
I blame him for just two or three things, the absence of the kind of shortcut to loop a selection.
The gas plant is listed as tiring in the long run, but it is common to all major software. If I could I would remove a lot of things but it's good, it's not really a problem in the end.
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