Thread: HDX vs Native
View Single Post
  #15  
Old 05-21-2019, 05:41 AM
justinhill justinhill is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Mar 2019
Location: Horley UK
Posts: 85
Default Re: HDX vs Native

My experience is similar. At the studio, I record mainly jazz outfits and they are super critical of latency in their cans. But I like to load up the plugins while I'm tracking so I've got eq, dynamics, reverbs etc. all happening while I'm in record (and sometimes I plumb in our EMT 240), with up to 30 tracks in record. The HDX system we have is ideal for this. On the other hand, when it comes to mixing I now prefer working on my native system which is subjectively snappier to use and definitely handles bigger mixes without choking.

So I'd never give up HDX at the studio but I'd never want it in my mix room.
__________________
--
Justin

Mix room: Apple Mac Pro 6,1 late 2013 2.7Ghz 12-Core XeonE5, 64GB RAM, D300 Graphics, OSX Mojave 10.14.5/Pro Tools Ultimate 2019.6/Presonus Quantum 4848 Thunderbolt 2/Digidesign Command|8/Allen & Heath ZED-436 for fun

Studio: Apple Mac Pro 5,1 mid 2012 2x 3.46Ghz 6-Core Xeon, 64GB RAM, GeForce GTX 970 graphics, OSX Sierra 10.12.6/Pro Tools Ultimate 2018.12/HDX1/Avid HD 16x16, Digidesign 192 16x16, Digidesign 192 16x8/Custom Raindirk Symphony 32ch. front end
Reply With Quote