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Avid has once again stepped up to plate and introduced some serious new additions to its Pro Tools software. If you were looking for higher sound quality mixed with new great-sounding plug-ins while also hoping to save time on editing, the company has got you covered. Again.
32-Bit Floating Point
Pro Tools 10 offers its users what's called 32-bit floating point. This is a big advancement for the program. By selecting 32-bit float in the session set-up, you allow for greater headroom and resolution throughout the project. This feature has a huge benefit in the way users interact with plug-ins. The process of dithering when using plug-ins is no longer needed and with …