If you work with Pro Tools 10 (Native) or pro Tools HDX, Avid says that is better to use AAX (Avid Audio eXtension) plug in format... Few months after the launch of this new version of Pro Tools (software & Hardware), are the third parties AAX-compatible plug-ins ready?
A part of the answer is on our 440Software files, with over 100 AAX Plug In listed. From Bias to Waves arts, a lot of editors goes to AAX. But what about Waves, and some others (Ok, Waves 8 is Pro Tools 10-compatible but not really AAX...)? Waves 9 will arrive around march, with a 64bit version of their plug in, but what does they think about AAX?
So, is it a real progress (for Pro Tools Users, of course) or a very strong marketing campaign? That the question... We ask today to Pro Tools 10 users if they have registred a real Progrees with AAX Plug in or not?
AAX DSP requires a Pro Tools|HDX card for processing. AAX Native can be used with any Pro Tools 10 or Pro Tools HD 10 system or software, and relies on the power from your host computer.