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Old 4 weeks ago
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From a convenience perspective I see the benefit of having it more or less integrated and hidden so that simply using it gives you a sound (as opposed to just clean). The drawback with that though is that if you need another DAW for everything this DAW doesn't do then you're potentially ending up with a lot of back-and-forth transfers, and possibly multiple hardware setups.

From a processing standpoint I'm not 100% sure it's so different from using appropriate plugins on every track and group. So in other words why not just do that in Pro Tools and have the best of both worlds? Like Monkey said we've sort of been through a lot of this before.