STP looks interesting. I've scanned through the videos and it's piqued my interest. I have a couple of questions, though:<br><br>*STP looks to work best in a collaborative effort with video. In my line of work, I never work with video. In your opinion, is STP a solid replacement for Pro Tools (sans video)? <br><br>*On the STP webpage (at apple.com), it says STP interfaces with Digidesign interface equipment. Do you know this includes their Digi001 / Digi002 line? I couldn't find more specific info on the website. <br><br>****************<br>[color:red]Fat people are harder to kidnap</font color=red>
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I would assume so...they mention Digi, and to do that it would have to work with that DAE spec or whatever they use. <br><br>Here's what I want to know. FC Pro has real-time effects...everything renders on the fly.<br><br>Do Soundtrack pro be havin' dat?<br><br>
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