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Pro Tools 9 Summing Question
Old 24th December 2010
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Pro Tools 9 Summing Question

So is PT9 64bit float, 48 bit fixed, 32 bit float, whats the summing bits now?
Old 24th December 2010
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HD is still 48 bit fixed.

The new HD Native is 64 bit floating point.

And "regular" Protools (formerly LE) as far as I know, has not been changed and is still 32 bit floating.
Old 24th December 2010
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HD is still 48 bit fixed.

The new HD Native is 64 bit floating point.

And "regular" Protools (formerly LE) as far as I know, has not been changed and is still 32 bit floating.
+1 ... this is my understanding of it as well.
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