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Hello,

I am looking at upgrading my PT LE 9 systems to PT 11 and am looking for feedback from those who have used this current system or have heard through the grapevine any positives or negatives regarding the system.

I have done some research on it and so far there has been no negative feedback.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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    Keep in mind that you will potentially need to plan for the cost of upgrades for any of your plug-ins (depending on the manufacturer). 11 will use 64-bit AAX plug-ins only, no RTAS whatsoever. I believe even current AAX plug-ins that people are using don't work, because they are 32-bit (though many manufacturers are offering free upgrades from 32-bit to 64-bit AAX). – Shaun Farley Jun 7 '13 at 12:25
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Haven't used it personally, but I know people who have. Only good things to say on this end as well.

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I'm running 11 on my studio machine and I love it so far. Still waiting for new releases for plug ins like altiverb 7 but everything I can't use in PT I just end up using on the vst rack in SM and print everything down. Kind of a pain but it's a work around.

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The only negative I can think of is the bounce to disk import feature. Every time I have Pro Tools automatically import after an offline bounce the audio comes in messed up. A simple workaround is to manually import after an offline bounce. Other than that PT 11 has been great to work with. I have been able to use it on a few projects since Waves jumped over to aax.

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I am happily using PT 11 on my laptop and everything is working really well. We are still using HD9 at work, and are looking to upgrade when we have the money.

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