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    I know a guy who has the master tape of West, Bruce and Laing show from 1972. He wants it remastered in Pro-Tools.
    Somebody remastered another one of his shows from 1972 in Pro-Tools, and he was amazed with the result.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leslie_Mountain View Post
    I know a guy who has the master tape of West, Bruce and Laing show from 1972. He wants it remastered in Pro-Tools.
    Somebody remastered another one of his shows from 1972 in Pro-Tools, and he was amazed with the result.
    Thanks.
    The amazing result would have been more due to the skill of the person remastering than the tool itself.

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    Yeah, it's more about the person working the tools. Just like playing the exact same Strat as Dave will not just make you sound like Dave.

    PS. Protools crashed and burned about 9 years ago now FYI. It did used to be the flagship DAW app. Today, that's Reaper.
    Trying to struggle through production with an app like Protools today would be a frustrating exercise in working with limitations after being used to better tools for a good while now!
    I was a happy PT user for almost 15 years when it was king FWIW.

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