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Avid Pro Tools HD v12.3.1.88512 WIN x64 READ NFO-AudioUTOPiA screenshot
Team AudioUTOPiA | Dec 19 2015 | 800 MB
AudioUTOPiA's Pro Tools release gives you flexibility like no other release:
* no drivers needed for stock plugins and release
* startup performance and project load times much much faster
* load any AAX you like, original or patched
* load any VST you like in combination with R2R's TransVST release and
AudioUTOPiA's special post process fix tool
*Mp3 Exports
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  Member 15.04.2015 48
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My sincere apologies if it was understood as a request, the truth is that if it looks and I ashamed of it, because what should have echo in the message is to thank and encourage more to those who help us selflessly to develop our work as creators, apologized again and henceforth no longer occurred.
  Member 2.09.2013 43
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the Comment has been Removed
  Resident 13.06.2014 21 356
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Check these for most questions:
http://duc.avid.com/-->Avid Pro Audio Community
Knowledge Base
  Resident 6.04.2010 43
+1
Incredible work of the group.
However, my sytem is too old for this since Protools is incredible slow on it.
Creating an instrument track takes a couple of seconds waiting...
The real good thing is that people can now see, what piece of crapp this DAW is.
  Resident 13.06.2014 21 356
+176
Pro tools is just for Pros not amateurs like you and me!
  Member 21.02.2015 279
+117
Piece of crap. . This is the usual comment u read from ppl who don't use or know it...

I've worked in music for 25+ years and been thru pretty much every DAW at some point... Finally settled on PT and not regretted it once.

For every feature that ppl say is missing, there's 10 other slick features in PT that make it a joy to work wiv. I'm not a fan of most of the alternatives or the newer DAW's for several reasons... Most I see pile on features making them look superior to the competition, bt in reality it's often a case of 'jack of all trades, master of none...'.

Learn to use it 'properly' and you'll see for yourself why it's 'currently' the industry standard.
  Resident 13.06.2014 21 356
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Thanks who me!
To some extent I agree with you but accept that PT is the slowest one among all DAWs.
I doubt it would be number one choice for electronic music creators or sound designers. It's good for people sitting on chairs next to each other and trying to collaborate on songwriting and recording or working on projects that all sounds or loops are ready previously and you're mixing&mastering. FL studio and Live are the fastest ones (FL is even faster than Live) I think. You can do anything in them in a fraction of second but in PT it takes a long time. Maybe because of me not being familiarized with it much!

If you'd want to indicate to the preciseness and say that PT is the most exact DAW in the market, I would not listen to you because I am thinking some times on samples (e.g 1/44100 seconds) and I have not seen any error or mis-interpretation in e.g FL studio.

Btw, all Avid products are slow.
  Member 21.02.2015 279
+117
Not sure what u mean by slow... Its lightening fast on my systems. Obviously it's slow to learn the program for new users as there is a steep learning curve...bt definitely no slowness in the software itself.

I create predominantly electronic music also (80% of the time), and do it all in PT. I don't use loops either, all original compositions either using real instruments, live musicians/vocals or plugin instruments...all without issue contained within PT.

There seems to be a myth that it's weak in the midi area...which isnt true. I prefer it over Ableton, Logic and S1 these days. I also use it to control several midi hardware devices without any issues. That 'old' argument doesn't stand up any more (and hasn't since v8 tbh).

Other strengths also exist which seem controversial to some ppl, bt all I'll say is transfer one DAW's project into PT and U'll hear a noticeable difference straight away...and I know which 'always' seems to sound best to me.

I hear Cubase cud be comparable, bt I can't remember the last time I met a Cubase user actually working professionally... I only ever see it in educational facilities.
  Moderator 21.01.2012 2367 16087
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Tramp and who me
You please dont begin again the Protools vs the world debate, (slap in the face) and most of all respect other member's opinion.
I've worked in music for 25+ years
So what? With so much experience you still dont know that every musician, technician has his own exigences and priority?
If you're a composer, you may prefer a faster and much music oriented Daw as an example, so please respect others opinions.
  Member 4.10.2013 2
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Specially signed in just to say Thank You!!! :D
  Member 23.02.2014 18
+6
AMAZING,THANK'S AUDIOUTOPIA AND UPLOADER...
I shocked up like crazy,man these guys is freaking genius,thank you thank you again.
One stupid question guys,would this work with third party audio interface like example focusrite?

MERRY XMAS EVERYONE
  Resident 15.09.2011 1 3815
+1529
ProTools since v10 works with any ASIO driver. So yes - it'll work with your Focusrite audio interface!
"The real hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal." - Aldous Huxley, Brave New World Revisited
  Resident 30.01.2014 6 2190
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Thx from the bottom of my heart, AutioUTOPIA!!!

Your releases really blew me away. So awesome!!

A simple "Thank you" doesn't do it justice.

But I don't know what else to say!

  Resident 18.06.2010 278
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has anybody been able to make slate digital bundle or waves plugins in it using TransVst?
  Resident 28.05.2011 1 405
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I got waves stuff to work but it is a bit of a pain doing each plugin individually with the TransVST fixer.
  Member 17.10.2013 1 269
+141
Just install blue cat's patch work, and load your vst's through it in pro tools.
  Member 21.12.2015 27
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what did you do ? it didnt work for me i drag the aax and nothing happens
  Resident 6.04.2010 43
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quote by Who me you'll see for yourself why it's 'currently' the industry standard.


Well, because many studios own Avid hardware and with that there are surely advantages regarding latency and so on. If you are a recording engineer and into this worflow or in post production then there may be nothing better.

But when working with midi instruments etc. Protools has a bunch of competition that is much more advanced. But I don't want to start a fight which DAW is the best - every single one has its purpose and users.
  Member 21.02.2015 279
+117
I have HD system, and native systems as I work professionally in commercial studios, and there's not a lot between them these days tbh.

Competition/other DAW's being more advanced... I just don't see it...sorry.

More features in other DAW's maybe...bt like I said jack of all trades, master of none in most cases...and therefore nothing groundbreaking or essential is missing from PT.
  Resident 18.07.2013 15 373
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Thinking 'there is no way pro tools is ever gonna be cracked, I had deleted all aax plugins to 'save disk space'... And now I was only and coincidentally left with ezmix aax which works fine, but it was keygened, so I will have to reinstall some cracked aax like addictive drums just to check if it's working, especially since no one is reporting anything about them; btw, transvst is working properly - it is just a bit of a hassle moving and replacing the patched aax files.
It is not what you've got; it's how you use it.
  Resident 10.07.2014 144
+16
LOL, same here, did a clean install recently, didn't even bother to install AAX ones.
I was actually slowly moving towards Reaper due to the x64 support, wrapping wasn't helping at all
  Resident 26.09.2012 3 1740
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works perfect , aax too - thanks man, happy xmas !!!
  Member 21.02.2015 279
+117
Which AAX are u using/have tried....?

The older releases by R2R, or just the recent one's by Utopia?
  Member 12.02.2015 4 147
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I didn't test many plugins so far but at least Fabfilter & Kontakt R2R's latest releases works fine after patching.
  Member 12.06.2014 54
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OMG .... This is really amazing !!!! Thanks to all the guys who made it happen
  Member 3.09.2013 1 32
0
AudioUTOPiA, you saved us from the greed of payment system ever created by Avid. I will give an info if it's working. Thanks you so much, AudioUTOPiA. Cheers, all. One more job to crack another micropenis, that is eLicenser by Steinberg and you will save all of people
  Resident 10.07.2014 144
+16
LOL, same here, did a clean install recently, didn't even bother to install AAX ones.
I was actually slowly moving towards Reaper due to the x64 support, wrapping wasn't helping at all
  Member 28.06.2015 11
0
Thank you for amazing work Audioutopia! I just downloaded PT12 and Slate Plugins Bundle but it's not showing up in PT... solution anybody?
  Resident 18.06.2010 278
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if i can t use waves, sole old plugins and the the new ones either i lm just uninstall it and go back to PT10 until the plugins are available,it s useless to have the latest DAW if almost nothing works with it
  Member 14.03.2014 21
0
any version of Waves is not working, I tried everything... I think Im gonna uninstall too and go back to pt10.
Do you know if the waves v10 works on PT10?

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