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The End of Pro Tools?

I have been using Pro Tools since the mid 1980s when it was a two-track 16-bit 44kHz editor. It has an easy-to-use interface, outstanding sound quality and extreme horsepower for all aspects of audio: editing, recording, instruments.

But the interface is a bit dated and the physical controllers have never lived up to their potential (one higher end version sill has 4 letters to describe each track or edit parameter).

I have always envisioned a controller that would change like a computer screen, but have the tactile feel of a real analog knobs.

It looks like Apple may be working on it.


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