Way Around it?
Posted on Dec 31, 2009 01:32 pm
Member Since: May 06, 2009
hey guys, im sure many have had the same issues and problems, im looking to use protools, with my own interface, cuz i dont want to buy an m-box, even if i could record stuff in logic, then move the wav. files over to protools, is there any kind of way around this? or any kind of thing i can do for cheap...please help! :(
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Dec 31, 2009 01:38 pm ProTools is very proprietary...it requires their hardware, they suck that way. Some programs will work with their hardware (Sonar does that) but their software won't work with anything except DigiDesign hardware, and some M-Audio if I recall...due to their partnership.
M-Audio has "M Powered ProTools" that is more open to m-audio stuff, but I have heard it's not really a ProTools equivalent.
I've stayed away from ProTools for that exact reason, I don't want to be held to their stranglehold...that said, because they require this hardware/software configuration, it does make the product rock solid.
Jan 01, 2010 05:40 am y do u need protools if u already have and can use logic? theres nothing u cant do in logic
Since: Jul 04, 2002
Nate Mc.Formally Hydrial69Member
Jan 06, 2010 10:01 am lol, just for uninformed people wanting it hahaha,
Since: May 06, 2009
thats why i was saying i wanted it but not gonna pay for it lol, cuz i hate it -_-
i can use protools fully cuz i was trained on it, but still man, have you ever seen the coding for protools? is mad sloppy
why do you think it takes forever to open? :P lol cuz it has to sort through crappy code to get to what it wants, db i think knows a lot about this stuff so he knows where im coming from probably lol
Jan 06, 2010 10:40 pm hear ya
Since: Jul 04, 2002
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