I absolutely agree with your initial comment. I'm no fan of Avid, PT,
and/or their audio engine.
That said, I have a significant collection of multitrack recordings
coming down the line, and I need to explore all available options
since I've been strictly mono and stereo for nearly a decade. PT is in
the mix simply because I might have to hire an extra hand for this,
and it'd make it easier if I didn't have to train anyone on software.
On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 2:25 PM, Mark Donahue <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> My initial comment is that ProTools has no place in this environment if
> efficient workflow is desired. Realtime bounce is great if you are billing
> by the hour, but in an environment where throughput has any value, there
> are much better choices. Pyramix, Sequoia/Samplitude, Nuendo, even
> Wavelab (which I personally have no love for) are much better choices.
> As always, YMMV.
> All the best,
> Mark Donahue
> Soundmirror, Inc.
> Boston, MA
> On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 4:43 PM, Jim Sam <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I'm interested in reading any one's workflows using Avid/Digidesign
>> Pro Tools for archival materials, either on or off list. I'm curious
>> about how people are approaching saving Broadcast WAV files; whether
>> they're bouncing through the mix bus or if there's an efficient work
>> around that recalculation.
>> Jim Sam
>> Hoover Institution Archives
>> Stanford University