Avid Pro Tools Studio Updates and Support Plan (Renewal)

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Avid Pro Tools Studio Updates and Support Plan Renewal

The Avid Pro Tools Studio Updates and Support Plan Renewal is available for customers who have a current perpetual license and want to renew their benefits with an additional full year of software updates and support from Avid, ensuring that your system remains current with up-to-the-minute releases and upgrades. This is not a subscription and if you choose to not renew your updates and support plan when it expires, the Pro Tools software and the updates you've received are yours to keep.

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    ProTools continues to be WAY behind

    It is truly sad that ProTools, once the dominant King of DAW has fallen so far behind. It seems they cannot keep up with Apple Software or Hardware and remain 6 months to a YEAR behind, causing horrible problems. Currently the newest release cannot work with any computer with an i9 processor nor can it work with Apple Mojave OS. they have always been a bit behind but the i9 laptops came out in JUNE and Mojave was seeded right after that. They only just release a compatible version for Mac OS 10.13.4,5,6, and 10.13.14 was over a YEAR ago. So, we have many projects that were started in Protools and need to be finished that way, so we bought this, but I believe this will be the last. Apple Logic Pro is only 200.00 for a lifetime ownership, and seems equally as capable as a DAW, and has (of course) NO compatibility issues. In the long run this change will save us a lot of money, and just require adapting to a slightly different interface. But since Avid is getting worse all the time about this, I think this is the way of the future.