|Posted on 04-Feb-2000 21:09 GMT by Christian Kemp||3 comments|
Jim Szutowicz writes:
It is all most here, ProStationAudio Millennium. The latest upgrade is currently being beta tested at EMRL, the North Americian Distributor of ProStationAudio, and all current indications suggest that this latest release is absolutely incredible and is sure to blow any Amiga audio professional away! If you need professional audio power, you might want to check it out. It is very interesting that many Amiga users are not aware of this software. [..] For additional information please go to AudioLabs.
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|Posted by James L Boyd on 03-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|"It is very interesting that many Amiga users are not aware of this software."|
I'm very aware of it...I'm even more aware of the price - US$395.00!
Yes, professional software, but then, that would explain why there are
so few sales...
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|Posted by szutoman on 04-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (James L Boyd):|
It is very cheap, if you consider everything this software can do. However, most amiga home users really do not need this software. Image Fx is not considered a cheap piece of software, yet almost every Amiga user owns it, that is, the honest Amiga users.
ProStationAudio has yet to be reviewed by any of the large publications; boy are they, the publications, missing the boat. This sofware should be considered the best ever Audio package created and should get a Amiga Gold award. Anybody who is looking for pro results, look no further, ProStationAudio is the only choice, all others fall short in the proffesional arena..
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|Posted by Mike Clarke on 05-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (szutoman):|
ProStationAudio is a very impressive piece of software, yes. It is not the be-all and end-all though. I find it (from the demo, I mean) far more usable, stable and compact than any of the PC multi-tracking software, but it's not ProTools. Don't get me wrong, it's getting there, but it's a way off yet.
The basic core of the software is there and is very good, but it needs more plug-ins.
I'll probably buy it if a) docs are released to create your own plug-ins, b) a reverb plug-in (and more) is released, and c) I get some money. :)
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