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JonBuice says

Weel it’s finally announced, and it looks like it may be pretty amazing. Despite the cost, what are peoples thoughts? I think they’ve considered to a lot of user requests with this version.

http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/musikmesse-2013-pro-tools-11-announced-573483
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JohnRosso says
My Reaper is really great ;) I don’t wanna change anything in that

by the way, great that they added offline bounce

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garethcoker Envato team says

64-bit + OFFLINE BOUNCE.

I only use Pro Tools for audio stuff and live mixing – and I’ve seen no reason to get the recent versions of Pro Tools. However, with this release, FINALLY being 64-bit and finally have offline bounce, those two things alone make it very attractive.

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lucafrancini Envato team says

64bit architecture and Offline bounce are great “news”. I have an old version of pro tools just for sound-on-video works… I can think about an upgrade:)

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W3llm4n says

I find this article by peter Kirn very interesting, since covers the new release of Pro Tools and the financial situation of Avid.

http://createdigitalmusic.com/2013/04/pro-tools-11-boosts-performance-video-usb-interfaces-add-ios-support-avid-uncertainties-remain/#more-28485
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W3llm4n says

Ahh by the way.. did you see the 2 something minutes announcement of Pro Tolls 11?? People looking at a screen with surprise? I didnt like it.. what about you people??

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JonBuice says

Ahh by the way.. did you see the 2 something minutes announcement of Pro Tolls 11?? People looking at a screen with surprise? I didnt like it.. what about you people??

Ha yeah it was pretty corny. But I agree with the others, 64-bit is looking beautiful especially since I’m still workin on protools 8.4!

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W3llm4n says

@JonBuice That’s the same version of Pro Tolls I had when I quite on Pro Tools. I dont know why But I never liked Pro Tools a lot. But I understand it is the industry standard, so if you are serious in audio production you have to know at least how to use it. But I Pro Tools is not my piece of cake.

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JonBuice says

@JonBuice That’s the same version of Pro Tolls I had when I quite on Pro Tools. I dont know why But I never liked Pro Tools a lot. But I understand it is the industry standard, so if you are serious in audio production you have to know at least how to use it. But I Pro Tools is not my piece of cake.

I agree completely, however I’ve found protools to be extremely workflow friendly from the moment I purchased it. I also use the very same version at my job so I’ve certainly got my proficiency down. Now i’m just limited by my hard/software.

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kristopherfisheraudio says

From what I can tell, it is just an update with some features which users have wanted for a very long time, features which should have been apart of previous versions sometime ago, things which other DAW’s provided, like 64Bit and Offline Bounce support.

I for one, am not a fan of PT, I will use it if needed. Perhaps its personal taste, regardless I welcome the improvements and hope users really benefit from them. I for one however will be sticking with Cubase 7.

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