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6:54 pm
July 5, 2009


officialyoungdiz

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Yea dats true, i just got it and as i soon as i  opened it i realized that it's gonna take me years to learn how to sue everything. But isnt Protools whats used in real studio's?

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9:15 pm
July 5, 2009


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officialyoungdiz said:

Yea dats true, i just got it and as i soon as i  opened it i realized that it's gonna take me years to learn how to sue everything. But isnt Protools whats used in real studio's?


Same s**t here. I've got ProTools, but I don't really wanna take the time to learn all the ins and outs especially when I'm already pretty proficient in Audition. To answer your question, ProTools is what's commonly used in most studios. But just because the big studios use it doesn't mean you have to in order to get that same sound. I'm one of the only cats out here locally where I live that knows how to mix so most of the dudes that rap out here come to me for their mixing. My boy was telling me about this other dude that lives out here and mixes with ProTools and went to go try him out. Said the guy went to a professional school to learn how to use it and s**t. My boy wanted a few vocals on his track screwed up and dude couldn't figure out how to do it lol. I'd say that was a waste of schooling. Nothing against protools, I mean, that was that guys fault he didn't learn it but just saying. All the s**t he can (or can't) do in protools, I can do in Audition. Just make sure whatever program you decide to use, learn it or you'll lose customers (if you're mixing for profit). And let's just say my boy decided to stick with my mixing in the long run vs. that guys protools mixing lol.