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Re: Recording Programs?
I'm also an old CEP user. I upgraded to Audition when that came out
and used it quite happily for a long time. However, I have a Mac
now, and while I *can* run Audition via bootcamp, that seems gimpy to
me, so I broke down and bought ProTools LE with the MBox2 Mini. I
like it so far, and since I rarely do any sizable multitrack jobs, 2-
ins / outs works well for me. And it was only $250 USD. Not bad for
software + hardware.
On Jun 25, 2007, at 4:53 AM, Stephen Goodman wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm an old, old Cool Edit Pro user, and while I've been quite happy
> with its multitracking etc., I look around and see what everyone
> else is using once in a while.
> A look at the TapeOp (now available in the UK, thanks!) mentions
> Pro Tools quite a lot. But a look at the product tells me that
> this is the kind of full-on hardware-software system sales bit that
> Avid has been getting people to pay too much for, for some time -
> if not also an efficient barrier to keep the so-called 'amateurs'
> out of the mainstream of studio works. (Hell, it didn't work for
> the reel-to-reel, cassette, DAT, VHS, CD or DVD - so now it's done
> with a software-hardware combo)
> So much for my attitude! But it does beg the questions:
> 1. What recording program do you use?
> 2. Why? Is there something you get from your program that you
> can't anywhere else?
> Stephen Goodman
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