**In this video you can cleary see Lil Skies's Producer using Avid Pro Tools 12 as known in the description, which reads the following**: NEEK Is a platinum selling mix and recording engineer best known for his recording and mixing for Lil Skies. Today he shows is his favorite ways to create trap Mutes, Transition, Stutters, FX, and more using **Pro Tools 12.**more
The Only thing i don't like about it is the MIDI interfacing and the need for iLok, aside that is freaking good
The king when it comes to recording vocals and live instruments. Having a copy makes running sessions in bigger studios so much easier (always going to find a copy of Pro Tools on their machines after all).
Would never use Pro Tools for anything outside a commercial facility though, since its MIDI editing capabilities are still horrendous imo...
Logic is great, Ableton is unparalleled for creation for me, but for mixing I've never found a more intuitive, extremely fast, & productive mixing environment. In fairness I started on tape then Pro Tools so it's my home-I wouldn't compose in Pro Tools but for mixing? It's absolutely my 1st choice.
Still the best mixing environment in my view. I write all my track sin PreSonus Studio One....since obviously it's better at that....render everything out. Then mix in Pro Tools.
Yes, it's true that most studios keep older versions of PT on backup systems, and for whatever reason certain engineers will prefer certain vintages. I suspect this is because the layout and overall user experience changes slightly from version to version. This is my first version, so I'm using this latest incarnation and loving it. After being in so many studios over the decades and watching engineers work their magic, it's great to finally have my own system. Running on Windows 10 without issues knock on wood
I used to use Audacity but then at College they used Pro Tools 10 and I loved it so much. It was a professional looking software and it has so many options. My dad bought me Pro Tools 12 and I am always using it now for recording, I use it for recording my solo EP and my bands upcoming EP. People will give it crap but it is honestly perfect, it has everything and it is a simple layout, the mixing part is very easy because of the way they layed it out, it's also very easy to copy and paste tracks and adjust levels. It has plenty of great plugs in that can make your audio recording sound perfect and professional.
Pro Tools is obviously very expensive but it is worth buying, it's very easy to record and mix with. It has many great plug ins and you can record as many tracks as you want.