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does anyone use pro tools?

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michaelcollins  
5 Jun 2010 17:38 | Quote
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im thinking about getting it
coleman  
5 Jun 2010 22:59 | Quote
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yeah pro tools costs alot more than just the program but is well worth it its not very user friendly so you will probobly have to watch a lot of tutorials and stuff not to mention you have to get an mbox aprox.(300$). there is alot of plug-ins for pro tools which is sweet 'cause the more plug-ins you have the more ** you can do. Its definatly an investment, but pro tools kicks ass, with the right plug-ins you can do ANYTHING.
michaelcollins  
6 Jun 2010 00:03 | Quote
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do you have use a specific interface
coleman  
6 Jun 2010 01:52 | Quote
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it has to be digidesign to be protools compatible. they can be quite expensive the single xlr mini is around 350 and the two channel is about 450, although i think you can hook a regular mixing board into an mbox which is much cheeper because its about 1600 for eight channels. i dont personally have pro- tools but i was took some recording classes last semester. pro tools is funny because there is alot of diffrent types of setups, mostly it depends on how you want to use it.
michaelcollins  
6 Jun 2010 23:07 | Quote
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do you think it good for drums,i know i could just program some but i want everything to raw
coleman  
7 Jun 2010 00:33 | Quote
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yeah depending on what mics you have. and thats where you could have interface problems cuz you need about 3 channels minimum to record a full set. pro tools is a mixing program, so its does the same thing for any instrament.
michaelcollins  
7 Jun 2010 02:47 | Quote
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ok thanks
coleman  
7 Jun 2010 17:10 | Quote
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no problem
AlexB  
7 Jun 2010 19:43 | Quote
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Protools is not a sequencer...so its gonna be kinda hard to program something in there,Logic pro Is nice....but i really preffer others,if you are an intermediate i would suggest Cubase 5,wich is as good,if not better than protools and logic, or FL Studio,for a simpler way to get the things done


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