[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section” _builder_version=”3.0.47″][et_pb_row admin_label=”row” _builder_version=”3.0.47″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” _builder_version=”3.0.47″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”]After just three months from the release of Pro Tools 12, Avid is making good on their promise for more updates delivered at faster speeds with low cost. Pro Tools 12.1 comes roaring in with delicious new features that will have long-time users salivating and those without upgrade plans straining to get a peek at the program to find out what’s so interesting.
What’s New in the Toolbox?
Starting with the least audacious upgrades, 12.1 comes with stability improvements to everything from bounce and delay compensation to satellite workflows. Programs that aren’t reliable tend to be ignored by the pros, so we love the effort they’re putting in to keep your work alive.
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Finally, we get to the place where size matters. The number of audio tracks has been boosted up to 128, and you can run 512 instrument channels at once. That’s enough wiggle room to create your own digital symphonic orchestra.
Do the Pros like the Pro Tools?
When you name yourself after the leaders in your field, you can sound like an overzealous toupee that is endlessly not braggingabout your capabilities. Fortunately for Pro Tools, the industry has benefited immensely from the feature and been utilized by some household names. Kanye West, Dr. Dre, and Pharell – three of the most well-known and successful hip hop producers and songwriters – all use Pro Tools for their musical process. Other notable users include Danger Mouse, Timbaland, and pop producer phenom Max Martin.
Lessons from History
The ability to work on multiple tracks with a complete, immense feature set in any musical production tool have carried Avid Pro Tools to the top of the charts in its own way. Pro Tools blends seamlessly with film production, provides multitrack editing for streamlined workflows, meticulous software and hardware design for the best performance, and nearly immaculate customer support. Whether you have Pro Tools 12 or are purchasing the full product, you can upgrade to 12.1 and receive a free year of upgrades. We’d like it if the patches were free, but the price is more than worth it for the quality.
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What famous artists use Pro Tools? ›
- Kanye West.
- Dr. Dre.
- Pharrell Williams.
- Chad Hugo.
- Timothy “Timbaland” Mosley.
- Max Martin.
- Paul Epworth.
- Mick Ronson.
In many regards, Pro Tools 11 was indeed a groundbreaking version of AVID's audio editing software. It was the first PT upgraded from 32-bit to 64-bit software architecture, making it much more powerful, efficient, and faster than its predecessors. Pro Tools 11 also came with brand new audio and video engines.Which DAW does Kanye use? ›
Kanye West uses a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) called Pro Tools. Kanye is known to mostly produce music using hardware instruments for sampling and beats, though uses Pro Tools as a DAW to record these sounds. His team have also been seen using FL Studio.Is Pro Tools still the best DAW? ›
It is still arguably the most powerful DAW for recording, editing and mixing audio. The industry standard in digital audio, Pro Tools is still arguably the best DAW for post production and mixing—and not only because pretty much every commercial recording studio has it on their computers!What DAW does Taylor Swift use? ›
Even though hip hop permeates music around the globe, many other artists use this DAW to create their music. Taylor Swift, Björk, Brian Eno, Chris Martin of Coldplay, Shawn Mendes, and Ed Sheeran have all been known to use Logic Pro. That's the beauty of using a DAW to produce music – it's accessible to all genres.What DAW does Jay Z use? ›
Akai MPC 2000XL
He mainly uses the [Ensoniq] ASR10 and sequences that with an [Akai] MPC 2000XL.
Professionals use Pro Tools for simple recording, mixing, film scoring, music editing, film/television audio post-production…the list goes on and on. It offers lots of additional features, including a huge amount of automation, digital processing, and even surround sound mixing.Is Pro Tools outdated? ›
Pro Tools | First has been discontinued. There are no new downloads or new licenses. Existing users of Pro Tools First (that have Pro Tools | First in their Avid and iLok accounts) will be able to continue using the product and work on their projects.Is Pro Tools still popular? ›
It doesn't matter how many of those articles you read, Pro Tools is still the industry standard. You might find plenty of people who hate Pro Tools in forums or on social media, but you'll also find plenty of people who love it too.Does Drake use Pro Tools? ›
Pro Tools, Ableton Live, and Cubase form huge parts of his signature sound. Add to the mix his Maschine, and you got yourself a professional DAW set-up that won Drake four Grammys…and counting!
Did Prince use Pro Tools? ›
“One thing that was tricky at that time: Prince's Pro Tools rig was a couple of years old, and it was dragging. But he did not like the computer updating things. He did not like upgrades, and he also did not want me to back anything up! He caught me in the machine room one night backing up.Does Travis Scott use Pro Tools? ›
So, what DAW does Travis Scott use? He, basically, uses three DAWs: FL Studio 11, Pro Tools, and Logic Pro X. You can find several pictures and videos online of Scott using these DAWs while creating his music in the studio. Travis clearly uses autotune plugins in a way that sounds pleasing to your ears.