Avid Announces Pro Tools 11
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Avid has announced an upgrade to its flagship audio workstation, sharing details of the upcoming release of Pro Tools 11. The latest version of the DAW is said to feature a "newly designed architecture [that] turbo-charges production with more plug-in processing and the ability to run more virtual instruments." Some of the software's key features include a redesigned audio engine with 64-bit architecture, the ability of offline bouncing, expanded metering capabilities, and more. A brief video preview of Pro Tools 11 can be watched below, and a much more comprehensive look at the forthcoming program—clocking in at over 40 minutes—can be viewed here.
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