Avid Pro Tools
- This product is in stock and can be shipped immediately.
- Item number: 434096
- sales unit: 1 piece
- available since: 2019/04/16
- Download: No
- Clip-Matrix: No
- Effects: Yes
- Virtual Instruments: Yes
- Notation Printing: Yes
- MP3 Export: Yes
- Surround: No
- VST2: No
- VST3: No
- Audio Units: No
- AAX DSP: No
- AAX native: Yes
- ARA: No
- Rewire: No
- from Windows version: 7 (64-Bit)
- from MAC OS X version: 10.11
- Windows compatible: Yes
- Mac OSX compatible: Yes
- Linux compatible: No
- The prices in € are a guideline only.
Audio MIDI Sequencer (DAW)
- Current Pro Tools version as Activation Card
- Permanent license including support plan and all upgrades for 12 months
- Up to 32 inputs and outputs simultaneously
- 128 Audio tracks and 512 MIDI tracks and instrument tracks
- Unlimited number of buses
- Contains over 60 virtual instruments and effects including channel strip Plug-In from the System 5 consoles (EQ, Compressor / Limiter, Expander / Gate with flexible routing)
- Avid Cloud Collaboration with 1 GB of storage
- Numerous functions such as Offline Bounce, automatic Delay Compensation, Multitrack Beat Detective, Elastic Time and Pitch, Clip Gain, Real-Time Fades, extended channel metering with Gain Reduction display, etc.
- Integrate hardware controllers via EUCON and Mackie HUI protocol
- ASIO and Core Audio support for third-party audio hardware integration
- Includes: License card
Note: Software license without data carrier, download required
- Supported plugin formats: AAXnative
- System requirements: AVID-qualified Apple Mac or Windows PC (more information: tho.mn/ce2fd), Internet connection, iLok License Manager
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