PT 201 Mod 1: Introduction Pro Tools HD Systems

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PT 201 Mod 1: Introduction Pro Tools HD Systems
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Mod 1: Introduction Pro Tools HD Systems
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  1. What are the three types of HD core cards and how are they different? pg.3
    HD Native Card-256 tracks, 64 I/O, supports up to four audio interfaces.

    HD Cord Card- 96 tracks, 32 I/O, support up to four audio interfaces.

    HDX Card- 256 tracks, 64 I/O, supports up to four audio interfaces.
  2. What is the maximum number of cards supported in each Pro Tools HD systems? pg.5
    HDX Card- up to three

    HD Accel Card- up to six
  3. What are some differences between the HD OMNI, HD I/O, and HD MADI interfaces? pg.7
    HD I/O-8x8x8 (8A in, 8A out, 8D in and out)16x16 A, 16x16 D

    HD OMNI-4A in, 8A out

    HD MADI- 64 digital interface.
  4. What types of real-time plug-ins are supported in Pro Tools HD 10 on a Pro Tools| HDX systems? pg.9
    HD Native-RTAS,AAX no DSP

    HD-RTAS,AAX,TDM

    HDX-RTAS,AAX, DSP AAX
  5. What are some differences between Pro Tools software systems and Pro Tools HD hardware systems? pg.2
    PT10-32 I/O capacity,

    HD up to 192. Greater voiceable tracks in HD systems.
  6. What are the five main (required) components of any Pro Tools HD hardware systems? pg.3
    • Computer
    • Pro Tools Software
    • Hard Drives
    • PCIe Cards
    • Audio Interface.

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