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Old 02-28-2019, 01:59 AM
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Default HDX Firmware Upgrade for Upcoming PT2019

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Since it has been confirmed by AVID that they are adding extra voices for PT2019 Ultimate users, do you think HDX cards will require firmware updates or will it be a pure SW matter?
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Old 02-28-2019, 03:42 PM
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Very likely
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Firmware updates have typically been rather painless.
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Hopefully it also sorts out the TB3 compatibility!
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... and hopefully the HDX firmware update is fully backward compatible!
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It would be great to know if loading the PT 2019 HDX firmware will require re-flashing 2018 firmware for the awkward period where I may need to revert to PT 2018 from time to time.

I guess the question is:
Will the PT 2019 HDX firmware be fully compliant with ProTools 2018?
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I guess the question is:
Will the PT 2019 HDX firmware be fully compliant with ProTools 2018?
I guess the answer is: no. But we will see soon enough, I'm sure the readme answers this.
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According to avid the extra voices won’t be available on HDX rigs for a few months yet.

The voice packs will be available in pro tools ultimate standalone and HDN.

Read the interview on pro tools expert with avid https://www.pro-tools-expert.com/hom...sive-interview

They mention it and from what I read there’ll be no firmware update yet


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