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Pro Tools 9 Software

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  • Get the flexibility of using Pro Tools 9 with your favorite Avid audio interface or third-party Core Audio-
  • Develop larger, more complex projects, with up to 96 or 192* simultaneous audio tracks, 128 instrument tracks,
  • Be more creative with coveted professional tools Work efficiently and get the best sonic results with Automatic Delay Compensation,
  • Team up with other creators, editors, and mixers easily - with built-in OMF/AAF/MXF file interchange support,
  • Get more options to grab hold of your mix Along with C|24 and ICON*,
  • ASIO-compatible interface - or use Pro Tools 9 completely standalone for easy on-the-go creation.
  • 512 MIDI tracks, 256 internal busses, and 160 aux tracks.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 2.8 x 5.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004CQRT4I
  • Item model number: PT 9.0 RETAIL
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,280 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 23, 2010

Product Description

Open yourself to the possibilities. Pro Tools 9 redefines the world’s most popular, most advanced music and audio production platform with a completely re-architected, open version of Pro Tools software, giving you what you asked for—and so much more. Work with an audio interface—or without. Create bigger, better-sounding mixes with more tracks, Automatic Delay Compensation, and other pro features included as standard. Open your workflow to projects created in other audio and video software—and to the entire Avid Artist Series and Pro Series (formerly Euphonix) console/controller line. With Pro Tools 9, you can compose, record, sequence, edit, and mix the way you want—in more ways than ever.


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I have a Windows 7 64-bit computer with 4 cores and 6 GB of memory.
Andrew E McKendrick
I installed PT clean on a new PC, and followed the (several pages of) hardware guidelines for setting up the box so that PT would be happy.
Amazon Customer
You'll find forums full of complaints but no solutions or workarounds.
R. Gammie

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 29, 2011
(Just to put a cork in it, I am changing my rating to one star since Avid just came out with Pro Tools 10 without patching any of the problems that caused me to write this review. Maybe they fixed all the problems, who knows? If I want to find out I'll have to fork over $300 for an upgrade, which I will not be doing for reasons that are obvious from reading the review below. As of this writing they have yet to announce a 64-bit build).

(FYI i purchased PT MP/8 from Amazon and upgraded to PT9 directly through Avid)

Yes, PT is the de facto standard among studios. Yes, PT is very rich in cool and useful features. Yes, with version 9 Avid has finally un-crippled Pro Tools so that it works with any interface and unlocks features previously available only to users of their dedicated-hardware TDM version (of course these features and the ability to work with any interface have generally been available in competitors' products).

But the sad truth is that the big studios that use Pro Tools use it on Mac-based systems with tens of thousands of dollars worth of specialized TDM hardware, and they have service contracts with technicians who keep it configured and running smoothly.

As a PC user running PT9 on native hardware, I have found Pro Tools to be extremely buggy. I installed PT clean on a new PC, and followed the (several pages of) hardware guidelines for setting up the box so that PT would be happy. I am using a new Avid interface. The virtual instruments I use are limited to either Pro Tools Instrument Expansion (PTIE) and Native Instruments Komplete (the latter of which never hangs or crashes under other hosts). Nonetheless, I have experienced frequent crashes and hangs.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nick Heller on April 21, 2012
I am a pc user, and have used various versions of cubase for the past ten years. i like cubase a lot but so many people i work with use pro tools, so i decided when i built my new desktop id get pro tools 9... this was right when it was released. first of all, i set up windows 7 64 bit with no problems, installed chrome and the internet was up and running, then i installed protools. right after installing, my internet stopped working. when installing the avid ethernet support, the program installs a bunch of conflicting ports that made my internet completely stop. their tech support was NO help at all, and after days of troubleshooting i finally got things working but i had to format my drive and reinstall windows to get things back to normal. furthermore, i bought this product because it said compatible with all focusrite products... i have the white focusrite sapphire and suprise! its not compatible (false advertising?), so instead of having those preamps which i love, i had to go buy a m-audio fast track POS because you cant run the software unless there is an asio device that is supported by avid. unstable RTAS compatibility, illegal operations every 5 minutes, any creative flow i got into would be cut short by glitches.

long story short, i am a poor student who spent most of his money on protools because i thought i was getting the same thing as the mac version, but all i got was a big hole in my pocket and hours of troubleshooting which yielded a useless piece of software that screwed up my whole system. i am so upset by this whole ordeal and insulted by fact that avid got 600 dollars of mine and i got something from avid that should never have been allowed to be sold to the public, i will be never go avid again.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By omletie on May 9, 2011
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What can I say? Pro Tools has been the choice of many studios including small home based ones like mine. If your the one on the other side of the glass recording, say a band or any artist, then Pro Tools is the perfect all in one app. For myself I am more of a solo artist creating beats and instrumentals. Personally I prefer Logic over Pro Tools for this because the ease of use but still, Pro Tools can deliver. It all depends on how you want your workflow to be. I recommend purchasing the pro tools 9 text book if you have never touched the program before. Once you get a hang of the keyboard shortcuts, you'll be producing in no time.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 7, 2012
AS virtually any Music business pro will tell you, NOBODY uses Pro Tools on Windows.
On a Mac system with sufficient RAM it is extremely solid and robust. 80% of ALL releases are recorded on Pro Tools for MAC. I've been using it for 15 years and it just gets better.
Not recommended for Windows.
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