On October 7, 2005, at the AES convention in New York City, Digidesign will debut the all-new Pro Tools HD 7 software for Pro Tools|HD systems, Pro Tools LE 7 software for Pro Tools LE systems, and Pro Tools M-Powered 7 software for Pro Tools M-Powered systems. Pro Tools 7 software is a cross-platform release, supporting Windows XP and Mac OS X computers.
Digidesign® Pro Tools 7 software is the Pro Tools software release you’ve been waiting for. Take advantage of all-new Instrument Tracks for improved integration with virtual instruments and MIDI sound modules. Experiment more freely with MIDI tracks using new real-time MIDI processing features. Group any combination of audio and/or MIDI regions together to quickly build alternate arrangements. Work with REX and ACID files. Run more instances of many RTAS processing and instrument plug-ins thanks to host processing optimizations. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
Pro Tools 7 software empowers you to work faster than ever, thanks to a reorganized, more streamlined Pro Tools software menu structure. Get better acquainted with the Pro Tools software interface by turning on the new Tools Tips feature. Or, run Pro Tools M-Powered 7 software with one of several unique M-Audio peripherals. Whether you’re working in a commercial studio with Pro Tools|HD, a personal studio with Mbox 2, or on the road with a Pro Tools M-Powered system, Pro Tools 7 software arms you with the power to create like no other audio workstation on the planet.
And the best part: Anyone who purchases a Pro Tools|HD, Pro Tools LE, or Pro Tools M-Powered system on or after September 1, 2005, is automatically eligible for a free upgrade to the corresponding version of Pro Tools 7 software for their system (i.e., Pro Tools HD 7 software, Pro Tools LE 7 software, or Pro Tools M-Powered 7 software, respectively). Also, anyone who purchases a software upgrade to Pro Tools TDM 6.9.x or Pro Tools LE 6.9.x on or after September 1, 2005, is also eligible for a free upgrade to Pro Tools 7 software.