Recording , Mixing , Editing
Twenty-three seconds into this video, Axwell points out that they are at the Metropolis Studio in London. Eight minutes into this video in which SHM produces "One", we see Pro Tools running on one of the studio screens. The room in which this video takes place fits the description of Metropolis' Studio E, which lists Pro Tools 10.3.7 amongst its equipment.more
RJD2 posts a photo of his DAW session on Twitter, showing he uses Pro Tools for his productions. In an [emusician article](http://www.emusician.com/artists/1333/rjd2---more-is-than-isnt-and-the-mad-men-theme/45928) about the making of his 2013 album [More Is Than Isn't](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXiQsrctShk), he talks about using Pro Tools: “I’ll chop up samples and pitch them to where it sounds natural,” he replies. “I try to keep it at A 440. But sometimes I forget to do that. Some of my older songs are between A and A-flat. Often I will start at 440 as closely as possible and still end up pitching stuff. With analog synths, you have to consider their ability to stay in pitch. I reference things against the Rhodes to know if it’s bang-on in terms of 440. Other times, I’m in the mixing phase and I’ll have to fix the pitch using the pitch shift in Pro Tools.” Since 2013, RJD2 still uses Pro Tools quite a bit. In an interview with [Reverb.com](https://reverb.com/news/reverb-interview-rjd2-on-his-favorite-gear-and-artists-hed-kill-to-work-with), Ramble mentioned that in the new 2016 album [Dame Fortune](https://officialrjd2.bandcamp.com/album/dame-fortune), he had used Pro Tools to record everything in the album.more
“I write with Ableton as my primary tool, but for mixing it’s all about Pro Tools. It’s a solid program - I’ve been using it for 11 years! When I open it, I enter a different mindset entirely - I get into the mixing zone. I tend to stop writing and actually listen to the sound; I go further into the arrangement and really concentrate on the actual balance.” [Jody Wisternoff](http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/jody-wisternoffs-favourite-music-software-554186/2).more
On August 20th 2013, Tinashe shows us her bedroom studio. At 2:13 The Pro Tools interface can be seen on the computer screen behind her. She uploads her Logic Pro-produced beat into Pro Tools and says, "Once you have the beat, put it into Pro Tools, and then you can start recording your song."more
"Ólafur Arnalds still lives and works in Iceland, operating out of a studio complex by the harbour in Reykjavik called E7, which houses various production suites, a mastering room and even a cinema mix room. In his studio, he runs Pro Tools HD 10, using Mytek 192 converters and Barefoot MicroMain 35 monitors."more
Still the best audio editing/mixing program but I can't help but think that Avid are a massive bunch of cunts. 10HD has never been stable on my system and I now use Logic 10 almost exclusively.
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Iv used PT since the digi 001 came out .its by far the center of my operation as far as recording and mixing..........i love the feel of of it and im comfortable navigating the software..punches are seemless..10 has a few hidden gems that iv been lucky enuff to discover..and i like how it connects with my macshie
I'm Operator certified in Music and Post Production for Pro Tools 10 and hate it all.
But I use it for editing nasty bits of audio sometimes. I've been in forensic audio before and had to use it over Goldwave. With the advent of Pro Tools | First, I might give it another go. Generally it has been trumped by me in every field except recording and editing. it is by far the most powerful and professional in those areas.