Avid has released Pro Tools 12.2, which provides users with more mixing power, new bonus plug-ins, and at a new lower price.
In a live Q&A yesterday, Avid packed a lot of news into the Pro Tools 12.2 release announcement.
What’s new in Pro Tools 12?
There have now been three releases for Pro Tools 12. Here’s a short rundown on some of the key enhancements.
Pro Tools 12.0 - released March 2015
Improved I/O Setup and Monitoring/Auto Down-mixing, unlimited busses, in-app plug-in purchases and rentals, stability improvements.
Pro Tools 12.1 - released June 2015
Increased track count (128 Audio, 512 Instrument), Track Input Monitoring, AFL/PFL Solo Modes, Copy to Send, Pro Tools | Control support, support for Pro Tools | S3 VCA Spill, and stability improvements.
Pro Tools 12.2 released September 2015
VCA Masters, Disk Cache, Advanced Metering, Gain Reduction Metering, Avid Access Plan options including new Plug-in Bundle.
There are various licensing and purchase options available for both new and existing Pro Tools customers, all of which offer flexible and lower cost options. For all the details, click here.