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tommykib
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Did you all notice there's a new S1 2 build already today..? .1619 WOW! That's RESPONSIVE! Right!
Thanks, Merci, Gracias!

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tommyklb,
I'm not seeing a new build for today, and according to check for updates 16919 is up to date.

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I have PT9 and I have it locking up on me with 3 or 4 tracks going Error -9128 or Error -6101. I paid $249 to upgrade to 9 about a year ago and now they want $299 for 10 it's ridiculous!!!! I can run 50 or more tracks easy in Reason 6, I have the S1 demo song going and that is 38 tracks with 49 inserts going and use less then 30% cpu.

PT is on the wrong track and they are trashing RTAS/TDM for a new standard AAX which will come out in a year or more and be 64bit, RTAS/TDM can NOT go 64bit per AVID. PT is a cash cow for AVID and the only thing they have that no one else does is market share and that my friends is starting to change just watch.

AAX...give me a break!
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Avid is basically a Hardware company. They've got a an exclusive software arrangement that keeps Their hardware at the forefront of the pro studio market, as well as a high profile presence in the live arena. When you're selling consoles and controllers in the 10's and 100's of thousands of dollars bracket, you don't really care about the little fish. The smaller pro-tools market is just like a breeding ground so that people will grow with it.
They've probably realised that by going hardware free with pro-tools, that they've lost some ground in hardware sales in the lower market, so they'll recoup it by slugging their customers for more money.
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[quote=replay707]tommyklb,
I'm not seeing a new build for today, and according to check for updates 16919 is up to date.[/quote]

Replay,

My original install was 16909
Thanks, Merci, Gracias!

Tommy Kib(odeaux)

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S1 V2 PRO mostly x64 now, SL16.4.2, Fire Studio Mobile (80% of the time, actually), Tube Pre, Digimax D8, Monitor Station, & FireStudio Tube. My fave non-Presonus Recording Gear - BLUE Woodpecker & AT 4060 mic. I'm running Windows 7 64 bit i7 with 24Gb Triple Rail 1600MHz RAM

I love my ToonTrack Superior Drummer 2, NI Vintage Organs, Vir2 Mojo Horns!, & the few UAudio VST's I've "splurged on" so far..
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Please, that update is SO yesterday (or I guess two days ago for some hehe )
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2.6.2/win7x64 ultimate/SSD os and library/i7 4770/16GB ram

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tommykib,
The hotfix made available yesterday brings it to 16919.
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Avid is getting trashed everywhere online smh
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768 instead of 192 Audio Tracks at once........ crank them all up - who wants to mix them? (And who hears something other than white noise then?)

I'm wondering, if plugin-developers will all jump on the AAX train besides AU/VST with ARA.
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Toth wrote:Wow! Other DAWs have had floating point for nearly a decade. Once again, how is PT industry standard?


Mainly because of the Hardware and install base. When you have a $20,000 studio session requiring 128 live tracks connected to a large format console you need a system that has absolutely "0" problems with stability and will work at all times, no questions asked.

AVID is the only company that provides that currently.

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kreeper_6 wrote:... a $20,000 studio session requiring 128 live tracks connected to a large format console...


While I agree that is PART of the industry, I think there is a large part (and getting even larger) that doesn't need all of that. In fact, so many professionals are working out of their own project studios these days. AVID marketing has been top notch to perpetuate this "industry standard" notion among the impressionable, but I think even in the last 2-3 years, there has been a considerable shift (especially to Logic).

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kreeper_6 wrote:you need a system that has absolutely "0" problems with stability and will work at all times, no questions asked.

AVID is the only company that provides that currently.

Well, as a session musician I'm working in studios using Pro-Tools HD3 systems.
I can not confirm that I had never seen a Pro-Tools-system crash.
Actually.......
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MarkusHassold wrote:
kreeper_6 wrote:you need a system that has absolutely "0" problems with stability and will work at all times, no questions asked.

AVID is the only company that provides that currently.

Well, as a session musician I'm working in studios using Pro-Tools HD3 systems.
I can not confirm that I had never seen a Pro-Tools-system crash.
Actually.......


And although that may be the case what I said was a figure of speech, absolutely nothing in nature is flawless. I can tell you nobody is working large format "Recording" studios with Cubase/SONAR/Logic/StudioOne as the backbone and there is a large list of reasons for this which are fairly obvious.

ProTools is a scalable contained system.
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kreeper_6 wrote:
MarkusHassold wrote:
kreeper_6 wrote:you need a system that has absolutely "0" problems with stability and will work at all times, no questions asked.

AVID is the only company that provides that currently.

Well, as a session musician I'm working in studios using Pro-Tools HD3 systems.
I can not confirm that I had never seen a Pro-Tools-system crash.
Actually.......


And although that may be the case what I said was a figure of speech, absolutely nothing in nature is flawless. I can tell you nobody is working large format "Recording" studios with Cubase/SONAR/Logic/StudioOne as the backbone and there is a large list of reasons for this which are fairly obvious.

ProTools is a scalable contained system.


Avid only had the hardware stuff at their side. Now you can run PT with any hardware. They need to grow out of this "you need this to run that" kinda thing. There are few people I know that use PT HD and never touched their interfaces, going for SSL instead. And this was before they allowed any hardware to be used.
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kreeper_6 wrote:
MarkusHassold wrote:
kreeper_6 wrote:you need a system that has absolutely "0" problems with stability and will work at all times, no questions asked.

AVID is the only company that provides that currently.

Well, as a session musician I'm working in studios using Pro-Tools HD3 systems.
I can not confirm that I had never seen a Pro-Tools-system crash.
Actually.......


And although that may be the case what I said was a figure of speech, absolutely nothing in nature is flawless. I can tell you nobody is working large format "Recording" studios with Cubase/SONAR/Logic/StudioOne as the backbone and there is a large list of reasons for this which are fairly obvious.

ProTools is a scalable contained system.


I have to say there are some large studios that use Logic Pro all the time.
 
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