This could provide a good way for the traveling recording artist/engineer to get some ideas down, but, odds are, not much more than that. Its portable, but I doubt the iPad has the capabilities to run the same way a recording studio does.
I like Avid, I do. I enjoy their products, but I'm weary about the capabilities of mobile recording. Their normal products are top notch (at least the ones I've used), but having never tried mobile recording, I fear for this new piece of hardware.
I'm interested in seeing how inMusic develops these brands. I've personally never heard of inMusic, but we'll see how well they handle Avid, M-Audio, etc. Hopefully they can keep the customers happy as well as make good products.
I'm always weary of new versions of software. There tend to be new bugs and people always go for the most up to date versions of the software (myself included), but what it comes down to is what prefernce you have. I'm certainly not saying to write Pro Tools 11 off by any stretch of the imagination, but if you don't like it, perhaps try a downgraded version.
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