- Modular design lets you customize an HDX system
- Go big double your I/O with 64 channels (up to 192 total)
- Floating-point processing at up to 32-bit/192kHz resolution for supreme sound quality
- Easy system integration
When going native gets tough, the pros go HDX Pro Tools HDX, that is. While native systems get more powerful in every new release, software developers take advantage of the added processing power, which results in more code-heavy plug-ins. The net effect is a form of stasis in terms of your ability to handle ever-increasing track and plug-in counts. To get out in front of the race for computer space, Avid engineers give you Pro Tools HDX, with five times the power of Pro Tools | Ultimate. Plus, with Avid’s Pro Tools HDX PCIe card, you get more tracks, more headroom, and superior audio quality. Each HDX PCIe card can handle 256 voices—that’s 4x more than Ultimate Accel—way more than what your computer can handle, freeing you from system failures when you add one plug-in too many. With Avid’s Pro Tools HDX, you can go where the muse takes you and create freely.
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