Avid Announces Pro Tools 10 and Pro Tools HDX

1. HD-X Cards Replace TDM Cards.

2. New AAX Plugin Support

3. Disk Cache and Real Time Fades

4. Sessions open much faster

5. Clip Gain

6. Work more easily with AudioSuite-rendered clips

7. Avid Channel Strip

8. Mix At Higher Resolution "with support for 32-bit floating-point file formats, you’ll get higher resolution sound when recording or importing, with more headroom to preserve the integrity of your audio from beginning to end."

Pricing Pro Tools 10 $699   Crossgrade/Upgrade $299-499

Pro Tools HDX Less Than $10,000

More Info at Avid TV

Avid Pro Tools 10

1 Comments

Its a little disappointing

Its a little disappointing that Pro Tools is still not 64 bit, It may be due to the now legacy RTAS and TDM architecture support. I also think it's a letdown that only the more expensive HD version incorporates the Disk Cache feature. It seems like there are few must have new features for a full version upgrade.