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The subscription model Avid has moved to means Pro Tools users now get more regular updates and bug fixes, which has largely been a great thing for the user base. In 2018, Avid shipped six versions of Pro Tools, each subtly improving on the previous version rather than introducing any huge new features. This year, however, Avid has been much slower, with the first version of Pro Tools not coming until May.

Initially, Avid had intended to release Pro Tools 2019 in March, but bugs found during beta testing, relating to updates to the HDX firmware, caused delays to this first release of the year. This attention to bugs is one of the big advantages of the subscription model and it’s not only new bugs that Avid is ironing out

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