Avid Announces New Mac Mini Compatibility with Pro Tools|HDX 11
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July 2, 2013
WHAT: Avid® today announced the new Mac Mini with Magma Express Box 3 (EB3T) is compatible with Pro Tools|HDX support and/or HD Native. Pro Tools|HDX provides more power, higher audio quality, and easier ways to record, edit, and mix the most demanding productions. Get more tracks, more headroom, and up to five times more dedicated DSP power to tackle even the most massive music and post-production projects with the confidence that comes with guaranteed performance. WHO: Users of the new Mac Mini machines with Magma Express Box 3 (EB3T) can enjoy the industry standard features found in Pro Tools|HDX. ExpressBox 3T provides an 'outside-the-box' solution for using PCIe cards with Thunderbolt-equipped computers. High-performance work flows are possible by connecting a Thunderbolt equipped computer to a Thunderbolt expansion chassis containing PCIe cards such as video capture, media transcoding, audio processing, and fast data storage. And because Thunderbolt is also based on DisplayPort technology, you can daisy chain a high-resolution display with your Magma ExpressBox 3T. WHEN: Pro Tools 11 and Pro Tools HD 11 are available in the online Avid Store and at Avid resellers worldwide, and are compatible with the new Mac Mini machines now.
WHERE: Learn more about the system requirements and compatibility with Pro Tools|HDX and Pro Tools|HD Native Family Systems with Pro Tools HD 11 Software on the Avid website: http://bit.ly/14JeEMD