Does Pro Tools use RTAS?

Real-Time AudioSuite (RTAS) is a format of audio plug-in developed by Digidesign, currently Avid Technology for their Pro Tools LE and Pro Tools M-Powered systems, although they can be run on Pro Tools HD and Pro Tools TDM systems.

What bitrate should I record at Pro Tools?

We always recommend recording your song in the highest bit rate possible – 24bit. The default sample rate and bit resolution for Studio Pros custom studio tracks and productions is 44.1KHz, 24bit. Recording at this rate will ensure your song will be recorded at the highest quality possible.

Is Ram important for Pro Tools?

4GB RAM (8GB or more recommended) Minimum 1280 Horizontal Monitor Resolution. Internet connection for installation. 15GB disk space for installation.

Is Pro Tools 9 any good?

(Focusrite, for example, have already announced that they’re working on an RTAS plug‑in that will replicate the Saffire MixControl functionality within Pro Tools.) In other respects, Pro Tools 9 is remarkably free of bugs and teething troubles, because so much of its functionality has already been tried and tested in the HD world.

What are the system requirements to run Pro Tools?

Mac OS 10.6 ‘Snow Leopard’ is required on Apple machines, and Pro Tools 9 is only officially supported under Windows 7 on PCs.

Does Pro Tools 9 support ASIO Audio?

While the Core Audio implementation appears pretty solid, ASIO support in Pro Tools 9 still feels a little immature, both in comparison with other applications such as Cubase, and with Avid’s own hardware drivers.

What features should you look for in a Pro Tools LE?

Among the most in‑demand features were delay compensation, ASIO and Core Audio support, HD features on laptops, and higher input and track counts in native systems — and so that’s what we’ve got. For Pro Tools LE users, it all sounds a bit too good to be true.