Jan 18, 2005 - I don't do much recording, I just wanted to have Protools so I could use those. Kind of Mac that will take the 5 V PCI, or sell the Digi 001 and buy an Mbox. To professional studios with TDM systems and vintage outboard gear! Recent updates on your plugins and software and you should be good to go. Legacy MIDI Controllers - Pro Tools TDM 6.4.1 Windows [1.19 MB] Legacy MIDI Controllers - Pro Tools TDM 6.4.1 Mac [1.12 MB] Pro Tools 6.4.1 Japanese Documentation for Mac [21.33 MB]. Both systems include the latest version of Pro Tools LE software for Windows XP and Mac OS X. Pricing: Exchange a Digi 001 for a Digi 002 for only $1,595 US (a savings of $900).
Sorry for the late reply! I'm a devote Logic user, and once after Apple aquired eMagic and launched version 7, I've never looked back. Once Logic could manage Audio files well enough, I didn't really have a need to go to Pro Tools again. Yea, Logic couldn't time stretch audio the way Pro Tools did, but now it can with Logic 9, which is why Apple is really trying to pitch the program to live artists and bands now. I had a friend who is a vocalist and a few years back, I suggested to her (though, not without much content) to get a M-box to record her vocals, since Pro Tools was the industry 'standard'. But when I showed her Logic on my system, she was upset at me for suggesting PT over Logic to her, as she found Logic much more intuitive and streamlined. Lesson learned!
Digi 001 For Windows/protools Tdm For Mac
Digi 001 For Windows/pro Tools Tdm For Mac
Excel line chart templates free. To answer your question, I'm use Logic 9, but I also use Ableton Live. My studio is temporarily running on a 13' MBP, with a simple 4 channel audio card from Native Instruments. I need more horsepower, so I'll be upgrading to a Mac Pro soon.
It's just that I remember too many horrible experiences with my Digi002 rack and trying to keep it compatible with Mac OS. Everytime Apple updated the OS, you'd have to wait for Digidesign to catch up and update PT to agree with OS X. It was just too cumbersome and too much maintenance to deal with. Just my experience and my two cents.