Avid were in one of the new halls at NAMM - the complex is getting ever larger, we reckon 1/4 mile from end to end. This year ProTools is changing its version numbering system, which while not big news, actually makes sense, now versions will be named by the year and the month, so January release would be v 2018.1 0 makes sense right?
Additionally, new features in Pro Tools include a more comprehensive Track Presets function, retroactive MIDI recording in case you missed it, improved coming tools and playlist manipulation, plus iLock Cloud support.
For full details visit Avid.com
FM, Vector, mono and poly module
Gets an update
Engine enhancements, MS-20 filter and more
Big Nektarine update too