Avid’s new ‘little and often’ update strategy is delivering some really useful improvements. We look over the most recent.
As you’ve probably noticed, Pro Tools 12 was the final version of Pro Tools to follow the conventional integer version naming that began with Pro Tools 1 all the way back in 1991. Since January 2018, the numbering scheme for new Pro Tools versions has changed, and now consists of two numbers denoting the year and month of release. The biggest update so far under this scheme has been Pro Tools 2018.1. Released in January 2018, this introduced the much-requested Track Presets feature along with MIDI enhancements, new Playlist features...
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