Jewish Music Blog

November 12, 2005

Pro Tools – Is It Really That Much Better?

Filed under: Music Tech — jewishmusic @ 6:48 pm

In the pro-audio world, it’s known that Pro-Tools is the industry standard. My question is simple: What makes Pro-Tools better than the other professional audio/midi recording software out there, such as Cubase or Sonar? I personally use Cubase, and I find it a pleasure to use. It easily has more features than I need but at the same time I find that it allows me to do what I need quickly and efficiently.

Is Pro-Tools really that much better?

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2 Comments »

  1. Two possible reasons why some people prefer Pro-tools-
    Industry standard: you can bring your files to a major studio and it’s more likely they’ll be able to use them
    Compatibility: Hardware tied to software means less time debugging & patching–>

    Comment by Jewish Blogmeister — November 13, 2005 @ 7:09 am

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    Comment by Summit Lectern — March 5, 2009 @ 5:09 am


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