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Old 09-03-2015, 04:31 AM
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Default Re: HD Hardware & CoreAudio on Yosemite

It's way beyond pathetic, and rooted in a mentality that developed early on, when dedicated computers only running the one piece of software were the norm.

Avid needs to join the second decade of the 21st century, instead of continuing to reside in the last decade of the 20th century.

As the company continues to flounder from one missed opportunity to another, leaving long standing bugs unfixed, while also not being able to deliver on its 'cool new features' (cloud collaboration and everywhere), we are left wondering what the future holds for Pro Tools.

With each new update, and its latest attempt to soften the blow of the new licensing regime by 'giving' us plugins that most of us have either already got, or don't need, we see stronger signs of desperation that still do not recognise the basic issues many of us are unhappy about.

Maybe they should spend less time monitoring Ideascale and interacting via ACA, and spend more time getting on with the ever growing list of problems requiring their attention.
Mac Pro 2009 with 2010 firmware, 12-Core 3.46ghz, 64gb RAM & working Thunderbolt, OS 10.13.6 and Windows 10
Macbook Pro 2011 17", 2.2ghz i7, 16gb RAM OS 10.12.6
Digi 003 Console, Focusrite Octopre and MOTU Traveler for extra analog-ADAT conversion, UAD Apollo Quad with Thunderbolt card, Apollo Twin mk11 and pci-e Octo, Adam A77X monitors.
Pro Tools 2018, Media Composer 8.9, Sibelius 8.7, Cubase Pro 10, Wavelab Pro 9.5, Logic Pro X, Mainstage 3.
Various apps, soft synths, FX plugins.
Plenty of hardware synths, rack gear, microphones etc.
And then there's the studio ;-)
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