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Old 19th September 2012
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Pro Tools workflows and system settings

I am new to Pro Tools 10 HD(2) and I'm looking for info on how to optimize my system's performance. I've searched many forums and asked many pro's, but no one seems to be able to bundle the info I'm looking for. I'm looking for info about HD systems and workflows for songwriting with virtual instruments, doing overdubs, band recordings. Particularly about setting up your HD system for best performance for those particular tasks. How many Voices should I use, should I use Delay Compensation when writing with virtual instruments. Or when recording a band? What if I want to do an overdub after creating a large session with VI's? Do I turn on/off Delay Compensation? Should I use only TDM plugs when recording a band? Do I turn on DC when recording a band? When do you combine RTAS and TDM plugs? And how? I have talked to many pro's and they couldn't give me clear answer to these questions. Could anyone give me some hints or point me to a website where this is thoroughly explained?

thanks and best regards

(2x2,66 GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon with 11 GB RAM)
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