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Old 11-29-2012, 01:03 PM
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Default More important: Standalone App or Pro Tools window?

Hey all.

I just wanted to get some general opinions on this question:

If you could only have one of the two options below, which would it be?

1. The current Pro Tools Eleven Rack Window

OR...

2. Remove the Guitar Window from Pro Tools and make a standalone Eleven Rack Editor Application (Mac, PC) which does everything the current Guitar Window does, but does not require Pro Tools to be launched. It would be able to run alongside Pro Tools, of course.

Thanks,

Chimp
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