Pro Tools v 11.1.2
Jan 21, 2014
Fixed a case where some plug-ins could not be switched out of bypassed state. (PTSW-191334)
Automation now properly interacts with linked plug-in parameters. (PTSW-191139)
C|24 HD-specific features are now available when using Pro Tools HD with non-HD hardware. (PTSW-190882)
Automation thinning no longer occurs improperly to breakpoints outside the most recent pass. (PTSW-165583)
Pro Tools now correctly extracts audio from imported AAF files. (PTSW-182235)
When there are missing files in an open session, mounting a volume no longer causes the Relink dialog to open. (PTSW-191127)
Pro Tools v 11.1.1
Jan 7, 2014
When vertically dragging a clip that shares a crossfade with an adjacent clip, the crossfade will now be converted to separate fades that preserve the sound of the original crossfade. (PTSW-173175)
Pro Tools now successfully imports AAF files originally exported from Steinberg Nuendo. (PTSW-190498)
When using ASIO applications with the Avid ASIO Driver with HDX or HD Native hardware, audio will not distort. (PTSW-190468)
Pro Tools v 10.3.8
Dec 24, 2013
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 10.3.8
When vertically dragging a clip that shares a crossfade with an adjacent clip, the crossfade will now be converted to separate fades that preserve the sound of the original crossfade. (PTSW-173175)
Automation now obeys Automation Follows Edit preference when performing a shuffle edit in front of a "Time Locked" clip. (PTSW-187603)
Improvements to MIDI Groove Quantize. (PTSW-184329)
Assigning the track selector to “None” in send windows no longer causes Pro Tools to quit unexpectedly. (PTSW-170481)
Pan Window Soft Key on Artist Control now functions properly with multichannel tracks. (PTSW-189422)
When toggling Pro Tools 11 satellite compatibility to Pro Tools 10 compatibility mode, the satellite name is retained. (PTSW- 185781, PTSW-188394)
Pro Tools 10.3.8 defaults the Pro Tools satellite compatibility mode to Pro Tools 10 when first installed, when Pro Tools preferences are reset, or when a Satellite Link iLok authorization is not found. (PTSW-189969, PTSW-189972)
Quitting Pro Tools 11.0.0 Administrator while a 10.3.8 Satellite is connected no longer causes dialog error. (PTSW-185593)
9-pin Locate commands no longer result in an incorrect Locate position, when sent to a Satellite Linked Pro Tools system during playback with Insertion Follows Playback enabled. (PTSW-188075
Eucon pan controls no longer disappear from S5 after layout recall. (PTSW-188687)
The AUX knob on Eucon control surfaces no longer becomes unresponsive after being pressed. (EUCON-2261)
Automation breakpoints on clip boundaries are no longer deleted when dragging clip with Automation Follows Edit enabled. (PTSW-173920)
Automation is now written correctly within a selection when there is a large amount of delay compensation. (PTSW-156621)
MIDI port naming improved when there are multiple instances of the same plug-in. (PTSW-186138)
Installing Pro Tools Instrument Expansion Pack before Pro Tools no longer results in a blank plug-ins list. (PTSW-186733)
Exporting a sequence from Pro Tools to Interplay using the "Match Timecode" option no longer results in empty audio tracks. (PTSW-187273)
DigiTest now works properly with 3-card HDX systems. (PTSW-178630)
Pro Tools v 11.1
Dec 23, 2013
PTSW-184656: AudioSuite window now includes Plug-In name.
PTSW-180095: Added Applescript support for the "Save Session Copy" command.
PTSW-180085: Improved support for Nudge values with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-180084: Improved support for memory locations with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-180083: Improved support for the Click II plug-in with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-180082: Improved support for Memory Locations with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-180080: Improved support for window configurations with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-189731: Improved support for track selector, preset selection, and automation controls from within plug-in windows with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-180081: Improved support for Delete Unused Playlist dialogs with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX.
PTSW-180078: Improved support for Beat Detective with the VoiceOver accessibility option in OSX
PTSW-187111: Fixed an issue that delayed automation mode switching on VCA tracks.
PTSW-187110: Fixed an issue that prevented engaging playback within several seconds of completing an automation pass.
PTSW-185374: Fixed an issue that prevented pasting volume automation under certain circumstances.
Bounce to Disk
PTSW-189468: Improved bounce functionality when using multiple buses in series.
PTSW-185058: Improved MIDI handling during realtime bounce.
PTSW-185425: Inserting plug-ins on unvoiced tracks no longer interferes with offline bounce.
PTSW-186213: Fixed a case where importing multichannel interleaved audio files would arrange channels out of order.
PTSW-182253: **made a point to mention audio only, since OMF files containing video are not supported. "Fixed an issue that would prevent Pro Tools from importing some audio-only OMF files."
PTSW-167656: Improved handling of AAF files that contain source material of mixed frame rates.
PTSW-190308: Fixed a case where creating a send would cause Pro Tools to display an "Access violation occurred, unable to read the location. 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF" error on HDX systems.
PTSW-186590: Fixed an issue that would prevent Pro Tools from properly closing sessions with ReWire inserts.
PTSW-185903: Pro Tools will now properly detect the AVB64 playback engine for use with System 3 Live consoles.
PTSW-185111: Fixed an issue where Pro Tools would close unexpectedly while re-linking files.
PTSW-189414: Fixed an issue that would prevent sessions on read-only drives from opening in Pro Tools.
PTSW-185844: The Pro Tools installer will now replace older instances of REX Shared Library.
PTSW-185429: Accessing files on network drives will no longer cause undesirable Core Audio behavior when quitting Pro Tools.
PTSW-190398: Fixed some instances of Error -9155 in sessions with heavy automation on HDX systems.
PTSW-185399: Fixed an issue where dense automation on surround tracks would cause Pro Tools to close unexpectedly.
UME-854: Fixed a case where the Avid Video Engine would fail to load on a non-administrator account in OSX.
PTSW-183654: Disconnecting from the System 3 Live engine will no longer cause Pro Tools to display an error message.
PTSW-178204: Pro Tools session templates now include EuControl layouts.
PTSW-188794: Improved TCE tool stability.
PTSW-186234: Fixed editing behavior with the Object Grabber.
PTSW-177550: Fixed an issue where Pro Tools would show undesirable behavior, after recording to the end of a prepared DPE track while in Destructive Punch.
PTSW-184329: Fixed an issue that caused incorrect Groove Quantize results in some sessions.
PTSW-186541: Fixed an issue where some notes could become stuck while auditioning from the MIDI Editor window on some PC systems.
PTSW-186373: Fixed an issue where changing a clip's user time stamp would result in an error.
PTSW-189563: Pro Tools now captures MIDI notes that intersect with a punch point.
PTSW-190083: Fixed an issue that would cause a delay before initiating playback.
PTSW-189870: Fixed an issue that would prevent recalculation of waveform overviews from the Clips List.
PTSW-173794: PDF functions now work properly in the Score Editor's Print menu.
PTSW-183907: Fixed an issue that would cause Pro Tools to close unexpedtedly when quitting, if several Workspace windows are open.
PTSW-187122: Uninstalling Pro Tools 11 no longer removes the 32 bit AAX plug-ins that are used by Pro Tools 10.
PTSW-178630: Pro Tools now installs a new version of the DigiTest diagnostics utility.
PTSW-187069: "Fixed an issue that prevented Pro Tools installations from properly updating system plug-ins, which could cause fatal errors." Related to Elastic Audio Plug-In
PTSW-189655: Fixed an issue that prevented Pro Tools from routing MIDI through ReWire with certain Japanese characters in the device name.
PTSW-189326: Improved Automatic Delay Compensation stability when toggling track record states.
PTSW-185410: Fixed an issue where "Load Rig from Computer" would fail in sessions that had been modified by Pro Tools 11.1.
PTSW-185813: Fixed an issue that prevented some instances of HD plug-ins from being reinstantiated properly on Native systems.
PTSW-181711: The "Bypass EQ" command (Shift+E) now works properly with Channel Strip.
PTSW-187057: Fixed an issue that would prevent X-Form from following changes to project tempo.
PTSW-188337: Improvements to MIDI Timecode stability in Pro Tools 11.1.
PTSW-185070: Video no longer flickers when playback is stopped by the user.
PTSW-184691: Video track options no longer appear "greyed out" or unavailable when reopening Pro Tools sessions.
PTSW-188266: Fixed an issue where Pro Tools would display first frame of the video when stopping or starting the transport while looping.
PTSW-184563: Fixed an issue that would prevent video from playing without toggling the video track's online state, after disabling and then enabling Avid Video Engine.
PTSW-184445: The Video window will no longer relocate when changing size or aspect ratio on systems with multiple displays.
PTSW-184134: Pro Tools will no longer automatically open a blank Video window if there is no video in the current project.
PTSW-183074: When re-opening a project with a fullscreen Video window, Pro Tools will now position the Video window correctly.
PTSW-182566: Pro Tools no longer displays an incorrect frame when trimming video clips.
UME-912: Improved video nudge performance.
UME-874: Improved display handling of video files with non-standard aspect ratios.
UME-856: "Enable video hardware during scrub" now behaves as desired with Black Magic and AJA video peripherals.
UME-867: Pro Tools systems with Black Magic hardware will now position the playhead properly upon stop when Insertion Follows Playback is disabled.
UME-327: Increased Avid Video Engine (AVE) performance.
UME-852: Pro Tools no longer displays an error on some configurations when resizing the video window during playback.
UME-786: The Video window will now update immediately to reflect user aspect ratio settings.
PTSW-185803: Improvements to Copy and Relink function in Workspace.
PTSW-185442: Pro Tools will audition audio files properly from the Workspace with Conform to Session Tempo enabled.
PTSW-188227: Fixed an issue where dragging and dropping files within the workspace would result in duplicate files.
PTSW-186544: Searching by tempo in the workspace will now retrieve the correct results.
PTSW-185946: Files in the Workspace that begin with the same letter as the parent folder can now be selected by typing the first letter.
PTSW-185747: The Workspace command "Calculate Waveforms" now works properly with MP3 and REX files.
PTSW-184508: "Select Parent in Workspace" command now functions properly without requiring user to close workspace windows.
PTSW-183098: Quotation marks are no longer treated as text when searching the Workspace.
PTSW-182212: Improvements to Workspace window configuration handling.
PTSW-181789: Fixed issue that would cause selections to be displayed improperly in the Workspace browser.
PTSW-176649: Fixed an issue that would prevent some files from being relinked in the Catalog browser.
PTSW-180037: Sorting by name in the Workspace browser no longer alphabetizes files and folders separately.
PTSW-185452: Fixed an issue that would prevent the Wokspace from properly indexing some SDII files.
Pro Tools v 11.0.2
Sep 17, 2013
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 11.0.2
If Pro Tools 11 quits unexpectedly, it automatically creates a Crash Log report that you can submit to Avid. By submitting the report, you can help us identify and address the issue. In the Comments section of the dialog that appears, describe the nature of the session you were working on and the action or command that you were carrying out just before the issue occurred, then click “Send to Avid.” The issues below were identified and addressed using these reports.
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly when trying to modify the ALL Group. (PTSW-184989)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly when a VCA window is open and Preferences dialog is opened and closed. (PTSW-185798)
Eleven Rack rigs can now be loaded from Pro Tools. (PTSW-185410, PTSW-184975, PTSW-184982)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly while AudioSuite previewing with the Shift parameter adjusted to edge values. (PTSW-185758)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly when playing a surround track with dense automation. (PTSW-185399)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly during offline bounce when a plug-in exists on an unvoiced track. (PTSW-185425)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly during offline bounce when signal routes back through the same mixer. (PTSW-185482)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly when indexing particular SDII files. (PTSW-185452)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly while re-linking missing audio files. (PTSW-185111)
Fixed infinite loop of error dialog “IO channel count for current playback device has changed. Please restart Pro Tools” when RME HDSPe MADI FX is the declared Playback Engine. (PTSW-185010)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly while searching in Help after connecting to SoundCloud. (PTSW-185014) Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly when pressing Alt-Tab while Pro Tools is launching . (PTSW-185602)
Pro Tools no longer quits unexpectedly when using the Shift key if a J.L. Cooper Surround Panner is declared in the Peripherals dialog. (PTSW-184844)
Audio recorded to tracks to the right of playback tracks is properly placed on the timeline. (PTSW-185778)
Destructive Punch records properly when the previous record pass extended past the end of the prepared audio. (PTSW-177550)
Destructive Punch recording can be stopped in all situations. (PTSW-185339)
When recording to a track with an output assigned to a sub-stem of a main stem and with no tracks are assigned to the main stem, Delay Compensation errors no longer occur. (PTSW-186092)
The RME Fireface can now be used as an ASIO device. (PTSW-186528)
Performance is improved when using the Automation “Write to End” command across many tracks. (PTSW-186229)
When the Session Start Time is not 00:00:00:00, spotting a file to a new track after an offline bounce now works properly. (PTSW-185380)
User Time Stamp values are now entered correctly in the Clip List. (PTSW-186373)
On Pro Tools|HDX systems, post-fader sends following a Native plug-in no longer consume an extra voice. (PTSW-184939) Sends now work correctly with Preview mode. (PTSW-186227)
The Time Compression/Expansion AAX plug-in is included with Pro Tools 11.0.2. D-Verb DSP AAX controls have been fixed. (PTSW-186175)
Correct frames are now pasted to a track when the copied movie's true frame rate is less than the Video Project Type. (PTSW-184987)
Enabling and disabling video hardware during scrub now work properly with third-party video hardware. (UME-856) Black Magic hardware now locates correctly after stop if Insertion Follows Playback is disabled. (UME-867) Video track settings are now available after reopening a session with video. (PTSW-184691) Videos no longer incorrectly play back at double speed. (UME-819)
The Avid Video Engine no longer encounters video synchronization errors when playing beyond the 12-hour mark on the timeline. (UME-906)
Video playback in Pro Tools no longer shows color deviation from playback in QuickTime player. (UME-823)
The Workspace “Copy & Relink” function now works correctly. (PTSW-185803) In the Workspace, Alt -revealing a folder exposes or hides all nested subfolders. (PTSW-182561) The “T” label (for Transfer volumes) now appears correctly when changing permissions in the Workspace. (PTSW-185355) Pro Tools no longer stops working when dragging files from the Workspace with Tempo Match enabled. (PTSW-185442)
Bounce to Disk
MIDI events now play in order during an offline bounce. (PTSW-185058) Offline bounce with automation is now phase-accurate when compared to a bussed re-record. (PTSW-179224)
Pro Tools v 10.3.7
Aug 11, 2013
Pro Tools 10 now has a Satellite protocol option that allows forward compatibility with Pro Tools 11.
To allow you to connect Pro Tools 10 and Pro Tools 11 systems in a satellite configuration, an option has been added in the Satellite pane of the Peripherals dialog that allows you to select which version of the Satellite protocol you want to use (either Pro Tools 10 or Pro Tools 11). NOTE: All systems in a Satellite configuration must use the same version of the Satellite protocol. The admin system must be a Pro Tools 11 system.
Session save times have been improved. (PTSW-185060)
Destructive Punch now records properly after recording to the end of file. (PTSW-177550)
Crashes associated with the use of RME HDSPe MADI, HDSP PCIe and UAD Apollo interfaces have been resolved. (PTSW-164626, PTSW-182520, PTSW-182588)
Scroll wheel functions properly for a variety of numeric entry fields in Pro Tools: Video Offset, Preferences, Click/Countoff Options, Event Operations (PTSW-134626, PTSW-134632, PTSW-134634, PTSW-134636.)
In the Bounce dialog, “Enforce Avid Compatibility’ has been changed to “Enforce Media Composer Compatibility” to better reflect the intended use of this option. (PTSW-181436)
Pro Tools v 11.0.1
Jun 30, 2013
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 11.0.1:
The ReVibe II plug-in is now available with support for Pro Tools 11.0.1 (and higher) and Pro Tools 10.3.6 (PTSW-184681, PTSW-183157)
Pro Tools now receives MIDI input on Windows 8 when logged in with a non-administrator account (PTSW-184618)
Touching a VCA Master while in automation write or latch no longer causes all members of the group to become audible (when volumes are set to –INF dB). Also, signal is no longer incorrectly sent to the VCA tracks’ corresponding sends (PTSW-184983)
When using ASIO applications with the Avid ASIO Driver with HDX or HD Native hardware, audio will not distort (PTSW-184721)
With the JL Cooper Surround Panner declared, Pro Tools will not quit unexpectedly when using the Shift Key for various commands (PTSW-184844)
Pro Tools v 11.0
Jun 22, 2013
Break the sound barrier with the all-new Avid Audio Engine
With the fully optimized Avid Audio Engine, you get multiple times the processing power of Pro Tools 10 on the same hardware configurations. So go ahead—pile on epic numbers of virtual instruments and effects to create richer sounding, more complex mixes and experience performance like never before with the most powerful audio workstation available.
Turbocharge sessions with 64-bit performance
With much more accessible RAM to boost performance, you can creatively take your music and audio production to a whole new level. Handle bigger mixes with thousands of clips. Take advantage of larger VI sampler sizes to attain more realistic-sounding instrument sounds. And enjoy more system headroom to push things even further, without straining your system.
Speed up delivery with offline bounce
Wait no longer... With faster-than-real-time offline bounce, you can speed up your final mix or stem deliveries—at up to 150x faster—and get the high-quality results you’d expect only from Pro Tools, thanks to time-stamped automation. If you mix and deliver radio programs or other long-format shows, this feature alone will save you hours of time—daily.
Get ultra-low latency with a dedicated input buffer
With dedicated low-latency input and playback buffers, you can monitor record inputs on native systems with ultra-low latency—without sacrificing plug-in performance. Even with large, plug-in-heavy sessions, you get the responsiveness you need to record your best performance.
Mix with confidence using extended metering (Pro Tools HD 11 only)
Forget having to invest in additional plug-ins to get K-system, VU, and other professional metering standards. You now have 17 metering options built right into the interface, enabling you to optimize your mix while adhering to regional broadcast audio regulations. What’s more, you also get gain reduction metering on every channel to gauge dynamics.
Play and edit HD video with the new Avid Video Engine
With the built-in Avid Video Engine—the same core engine as in Media Composer—you can add, edit, and play a variety of HD video formats (such as QuickTime, XDCAM, and more) and Avid DNxHD sequences directly in the Pro Tools timeline—without transcoding. Plus, you can monitor the picture playback using video interfaces from Avid, AJA, and Blackmagic Design.
Accelerate and simplify audio file searches with the optimized Workspace Browser
Automate tracks while you record them (ideal for live sound and Dolby ATMOS workflows)
Maximize plug-in counts with dynamic host processing, which reallocates resources as needed
Monitor plug-in sends (PT and PTHD) and gain reduction (PTHD only) through new mini meters on every channel
Get more accurate mixing and processing with time-stamped plug-in automation
Control multiple Pro Tools|HD systems from one with Satellite Link, now included (PTHD only)
Work faster and with more visual feedback with new key command workflows and Mix window enhancements
See your session in all of its beauty with full Apple Retina display support
Pro Tools v 10.3.6
Jun 22, 2013
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 10.3.6
In sessions at high sample rates on HDX systems, automation ramps now track accurately. (PTSW-170306, PTSW-181981)
When importing audio into a session by drag and drop, if two files have different names and the same unique ID, a “Stamp New Unique ID” message appears only if the modification dates of the two files are different. (PTSW-179183)
Certain non-Avid AAX DSP plug-ins could cause Pro Tools to quit unexpectedly with previous versions of Pro Tools 10.3. This has been resolved in Pro Tools. (PTSW-182881, PTSW-182883)
If, on first launch, Pro Tools detects that it is close to running out of memory due to a very large number of installed plug-ins (AAX/TDM/RTAS), it saves the current plug-in cache and then requires you to quit and relaunch Pro Tools. This is a workaround for temporary memory limits that exist only after a fresh Pro Tools install. (PTSW-180029)
AudioSuite processing from the Clip List using Overwrite Files mode no longer incorrectly adds AudioSuite handles. (PTSW-178956)
You can now adjust pop-up volume and pan sliders in the Edit Window with fine resolution (using standard Pro Tools key commands) in the same way as in the Mix Window. (PTSW-176942)
The Default button in the Input tab of I/O Setups no longer disables the “Compensate for Input Delays after Record Pass” option. (PTSW-172852)
With Pro Tools 10.3.6 and higher, Sound Designer II (.SD2) files are no longer supported. If you open a session containing SD2 files, they are converted to the session audio file format.
Avid AAX plug-ins no longer cause Pro Tools to quit unexpectedly when switching channel views of a multi-mono plug-in. This problem only occurred on MacOS X 10.8. (PTSW-180912)
Channel Strip (Native) uses much less CPU capacity for shelving filters. (PTSW-170126)
Channel Strip, Pro Compressor, Pro Expander gain reduction now works correctly in Internal-All and Front/Rear channel linking modes. (PTSW-178201)
ReVibe II now supports saving of the collapsed tab state. (PTSW-174598)
Pro Tools v 10.3.5
Apr 27, 2013
Punch recording modes now work at all timeline locations. (PTSW-172752, PTSW-176726)
Multiple automation breakpoints in the same location are now cleaned up when using the Import Session Data command. (PTSW-179121)
When there is no other automation on a track except for an initial breakpoint, extra breakpoints are no longer created when trimming or nudging a clip from the beginning of a session. (PTSW-179170)
Unwanted automation ramps are no longer created after trimming a clip in Shuffle mode. (PTSW-178118)
Clips are no longer missing from the timeline after AAF import of a mixed frame rate sequence. (PTSW-167656)
During import, if a file’s Unique Identifier (UID) is identical to one already in the session, and the Name and Mod Date of the files are also identical, the existing file in the session is automatically used. However, if two files have the same UID but different Mod Dates, Pro Tools lets you choose between using the existing file or stamping a new UID into the file being imported. This resolves potential problems when audio files are processed outside of Pro Tools and re-imported. (PTSW-179183)
The Pro Tools preferences storage location has been changed.
The folder that stores Pro Tools Preferences (Pro Tools Prefs.ptp) has been renamed to “Pro Tools 10.” Any scripts that rely on this pathname should be modified.
The calculation of waveform overviews has been optimized.
Pro Tools v 10.3.4
Mar 12, 2013
Pro Tools v 10.3.3
Dec 21, 2012
Pro Tools v 10.3.2
Oct 16, 2012
Pro Tools v 10.3.1
Oct 3, 2012
Pro Tools v 10.3
Sep 13, 2012
Pro Tools v 10.2
May 22, 2012
Pro Tools v 10.1.3
Apr 27, 2012
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 10.1.3
HDX systems no longer produce unwanted noise bursts in certain configurations and after prolonged usage. (PTSW-159883, PTSW-159680)
On HDX systems, tracks with a plug-in no longer produce a burst of noise at the end of playback when an automation event occurs at the exact sample location where playback stops. (PTSW-158582)
Serial time code now loops when playback loops. (PTSW-146199)
Satellite systems properly scroll in FF (fast forward) and REW (rewind) mode. (Jog/Shuttle is still a local machine update only.) (PTSW-156532)
When Transport=Machine, if a video track in Pro Tools was triggered to record by incoming time code, all simultaneously recording audio and video regions would not be saved to disk when the transport was stopped. This issue has been fixed. (PTSW-3104)
Pro Tools v 10.1.2
Apr 12, 2012
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 10.1.2
32 bit AIFF files now play back without distortion. (PTSW-160803)
When the Record button in the Pro Tools Transport is enabled with Satellites linked, serial (9-pin) rewind commands are no longer ignored by Satellites when the Admin system is playing back. (PTSW-154380)
The Write to Current automation command no longer creates an extra breakpoint at the end of a selection. (PTSW-160630)
Dyn III Plug-In parameters now map correctly after conversion from DPM format to AAX format. (PTSW-159885)
Toggling a Send from Pre-Fader to Post-Fader to no longer disables audio throughput on a track. (PTSW-157131)
Performance of Transport and Locate commands for Satellite systems has been improved. (PTSW-136909, PTSW-159440)
Pro Tools v 10.0.1
Jan 29, 2012
Pro Tools v 9.0.6
Nov 30, 2011
Pro Tools v 10.0
Oct 21, 2011
Speed up editing and mixing with Clip Gain, and easily adjust and match gain levels, pre-mixer (watch the video)
Use multiple audio formats in a session—including interleave—without file duplication
Record and master higher resolution sound with more headroom in 32-bit floating-point format
Get great responsiveness on slower hard drives with the enhanced disk handler
Record in low-latency mode, with direct monitoring when using third-party audio interfaces
Get the sound of System 5 console EQ and dynamics with the Avid Channel Strip plug-in
Get access to over 500 additional Pro Tools commands when using EUCON controllers (watch the video)
Work more easily with AudioSuite-rendered clips with reverse processing, handles, and more (watch the video)
Create extra long-format projects for sequential versioning with the extended 24-hour timeline
Open fade-heavy sessions faster and get better responsiveness with real-time fades
Export mixes directly to SoundCloud to share and promote your music to the world
Pro Tools v 9.0.5
Aug 17, 2011
Pro Tools v 9.0.3
May 26, 2011
Pro Tools v 9.0.2
Mar 10, 2011
Pro Tools v 9.0.1
Jan 6, 2011
Issues Resolved in Pro Tools 9.0.1
On Windows, the Pro Tools 9.0 Update installer removed previously installed Pro Tools Creative Collection (PTCC) content files. (PTSW-134971)
* The Pro Tools 9.0.1 Update installer for Windows leaves any previously installed PTCC content untouched.
* If you already installed Pro Tools 9.0 with the updater, you will need to reinstall PTCC content.
On Windows, with VocALign LE installed, Pro Tools 9.0 would crash on launch. (PTSW-134925)
* An updated version of VocALign LE (version 2.9.5) is now available for Windows. [ Download Page ]
* Note: VocALign LE (version 2.9.6) for Mac does not need to be updated, fixed in next item.
VocALign plug-ins cannot process audio in Pro Tools 9.0, and generated DAE error -7450 or displayed a warning dialog. (PTSW-133260)
* In Pro Tools 9.0.1, VocALign plug-ins (VocALign Pro, VocALign Project, VocALign LE) can process audio.
On Mac OS X, EUCON-capable controllers using EUCON 2.5.6 did not record when in QuickPunch mode in Pro Tools 9.0. (PTSW-134916)
* In Pro Tools 9.0.1 for Mac OS X, QuickPunch works with EUCON-capable controllers.
Pro Tools 9.0 was unable to update the firmware for any Avid/Digidesign Ethernet-based controllers, such as C|24, D Command, and D-Control, but not EUCON-based controllers. (PTSW-134903)
* In Pro Tools 9.0.1, firmware can be updated on Avid/Digidesign Ethernet controllers.
The Pro Tools 9.0 installer replaced a previously installed Structure Full plug-in with Structure Free and deleted the Structure library. (PTSW-134827, 134887)
* The Pro Tools 9.0.1 installer leaves any previously installed Structure Full plug-in untouched and does not replace it with Structure Free.
* If you already installed Pro Tools 9.0, you will need to reinstall Structure Full to replace Structure Free.
Pro Tools 8.0.4 and higher sessions would present an incorrect "Missing Files..." or "Some Regions had Invalid Bounds..." warning when you undo certain commands that remove audio files, save the session, and then open the session again. (PTSW-129321, PTSW-131342)
* In Pro Tools 9.0.1, saved sessions no longer retain references to removed files. (Note: This may not fix sessions created with versions lower than Pro Tools 9.0.1 that present similar warnings.)
The cooling fan of the HD OMNI interface would produce excessive noise after a few minutes under certain conditions. (PTSW-130263)
* The DigiTest 9.0.1 firmware update for HD OMNI (v.2.10) includes a new cooling algorithm that improves some user's experience of fan noise without sacrificing cooling performance.
* To update HD OMNI firmware, run the DigiTest 9.0.1 application with HD OMNI connected to your system.
When attempting to preview an audio file too large to be opened by Pro Tools (4 GB or larger) in the Pro Tools Workspace browser, the audio file was truncated. (PTSW-128581)
* In Pro Tools 9.0.1, audio files larger than 4 GB are not recognized by the Workspace browser (appearing as "Unknown" in the "Kind" column), so they cannot be inadvertently truncated.
Pro Tools v 9.0
Nov 5, 2010