The easiest way to format and partition a drive is to connect it to a “working” system, then format, and create the partitions through Windows Disk Manager (or other 3rd party software). The other option is to connect the drive into the new system, format and create the first partition as you install windows. Then after the system is up and going, you would come back and create the rest of the partitions.
One of the actual downsides of Pro Tools for Windows (yeah, yeah, insert sarcastic remarks here!) is the ability to have multiple versions of Pro Tools on the same system. This is thinking beyond having just Pro Tools 10 and 12 on the same system, But having different versions of 12 or 11 as examples. The way I have always dealt with this, is by having multiple partitions on the same hard drive.
Installing a Midi hardware instrument controller and getting it functioning in Pro Tools is a very common question and support topic. We wanted to cover the basics of installing a midi device, including troubleshooting and verification.
Trasher has been updated to build 3. There is only a few minor fixes and additions from the previous version. The installer is available here http://www.pro-tools-pc.us/category-s/1514.htm
In this video we cover creating a bootable recovery drive with Paragon Backup and Recovery. We can use this drive to boot into a system that will not otherwise boot. From there we can restore a previously created system image.
A common question we get is asking; how the performance of “Computer a” is compared to “computer b”. “Is it worth it to upgrade?? These questions are obviously difficult to answer due to a huge number of variables.
Universal Audio have just announced their UAD 9.1 Software update including raft of new Plug-Ins and some new features as well as compatibility improvements and bug fixes.
Ever wanted to use a Mac hard drive with Windows ?Read on........... Despite how great and feature packed the Windows […]
Using the Pro Tools Tempo Ruler gives you a lot of creative ways to visually change your session tempo's. It gives you the ability to use multiple different tools and methods to change the tempo. In many ways, using the tempo ruler is similar to writing in track automation.
Slate Digital have just announced The Raven 3.0 now available for Pro Tools On Windows
The RAVEN Multi-Touch Production Console for Avid PRO TOOLS makes the entire workstation BECOME a world class control surface. Get access to multi-touch ultra responsive faders, instantly touch your actual plugins and tweak the like hardware, and speed up your workflow with the RAVEN's digital assistant, Batch Commander.