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Description

Designed for singer/songwriters and loop-based musicians, Pro Tools | Duet enables you to turn your Mac or PC into a powerful yet portable music creation and audio recording studio. Featuring industry-standard Pro Tools software and the best-in-class Duet by Apogee 2x4 audio interface, Pro Tools | Duet provides everything you need to create professional-level productions that will help you stand out from the crowd—from first note to final mix.

Pro Tools | Duet comes with Pro Tools software—your choice of either a full license or a 1-year subscription—giving you everything you need to compose, play, practice, record, edit, mix, and master music and audio on Mac and Windows. Pro Tools redefines professional production for today’s workflows with powerful audio and video engines that enable you to work with a wide variety of virtual instruments, effects, and HD video. Plus, with turbocharged 64-bit performance, you can take on the most demanding sessions and maximize your creativity—without holding anything back.

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The Late Great Pro Tools

Yeah, that's a bit dumb to use the splash screen or something from HD. But they do have a legit point - HD software with no hardware is pretty damn similar to the regular version, bar some advanced features. the main stuff is things like limited IO and advanced automation - if they didn't show...

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Audio Interface - Low Latency Performance Data Base

Hi Tafkat Thanks for all the valuable info that you give us.Have you got your hands in one of the avid duet usb audio interface?I see that avid is making the drivers and its also for windows.Here is a link Avid Pro Tools Duet - Thomann Greece

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Pro tools Duet

I purchased a Pro tools Duet second hand the other day. The guy said he needed to upgrade and got it from his buddy at Avid. It's in perfect condition and it works great. Although it's for Protools I use it in Abelton and it works fine as a regular interface with no controls...

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