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My Ticket To Protools Compatibility ?

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Hi again,

Samplitude looks very appealing to me but I MUST find a way to be at least compatible with the ubiquitous Pro Tools.

People come to work at the studio with pre-produced ProTools LE or Logic sessions etc.

Has any of you tried Pro Convert ?

What does it really reproduce ?

- editing : right sounbites at the right place / fades / soundbites gain etc. ?

- mixing : track names, levels, pans, aux tracks, bus subgroups etc. ?

- producing : midi tracks ?

- ...

thanx for your help.

pask

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What does it really reproduce ?

- editing : right sounbites at the right place / fades /

sure.

soundbites gain etc. ?

Not sure... unless you render it.

- mixing : track names,

sure.

levels,

dynamic level (automation) is not compatible.

pans,

pan law is not the same, AFAIK.

aux tracks, bus subgroups etc. ?

Not sure, and: rather not.

- producing : midi tracks ?

AFAIK the conversion still is on the PT 5.0 format. PT has gone far in that regard since. I'd rather say that here you can't expect much in that area.

/S

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Hello,

Pro Convert from SSL is indeed converting to and from PT7 sessions. It is an improvement over EDL Convert which worked only with PT5 sessions.

- editing : right sounbites at the right place / fades

Yes, but some complicated fades might not be accuratly reproduced, shape wise.

soundbites gain etc. ?

levels,

Automation level will be translated. There is no object gain in PT.

For the rest I have no idea. Why don't you ask SSL?

Laurent.

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