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Just use code AVIDLINK10 when checking out in the Avid Link Marketplace to save 10% on your purchase. It’s that easy. Avid Link is available on desktop and mobile, so you can shop from the studio, or on the go.
Don’t miss out - Offer is valid through October 31st, 2019.
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You will need to download and install Avid Link on your Desktop or Mobile device and shop using the Avid Marketplace in the Avid Link app.
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You will soon be able to get your tracks and albums on Spotify, Pandora, and dozens of other major streaming services using a new service in the Avid Link app called AvidPlay. But how does it work and how many streams or plays do you need to get to pay for the annual fee from Avid? We have the answers.
Avid has released Pro Tools 2019.5, as promised by Avid’s François Quereuil in our exclusive interview, with more voices for most Pro Tools Ultimate users, support for macOS Mojave 10.14.3, more functions won’t cause Pro Tools to stop during playback and a doubling of the number of MIDI tracks, all of which we have known about for a while. But what is news with the release of 2019.5 is is the addition of Multiseat Network licensing for large facilities and educational establishments.
Avid will present a preview version of Pro Tools 2019.5 at Avid Connect and NAB 2019 that has some significant changes to what we announced exclusively in our NAMM 2019 coverage, including changes to the new extra voices, support for Mojave as well as the Mac mini 2018 and MacBook Pro 2018 as well as a quicker way to both create and name new tracks.
Avid has announced the line-up of audio professionals for its 2019 NAMM booth (#15502) Main Stage Presentations from January 24th to 28th, 2019. The good news is that for all of us who aren’t going to be at NAMM we will be watch it live as Avid will be streaming the Main Stage Presentations through their Avid Link app.
Until recently there has been a number of different ways Pro Tools users could send feature requests to Avid. With recent changes and developments, the good news is that with the new Avid Link app, which is currently in public beta, Avid Link is being developed to simplify these routes and deliver a unified interface that enables users to not only submit feature requests and other insights but also to be able to manage their applications, purchase products and plug-ins, and connecting with the Pro Tools community.
At IBC 2018 today Avid announced the public beta of Avid Link. Designed to replace the App Manger, Avid Link is a free new app that is available for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android, Avid Link has been designed to make it easy to find, message, and collaborate with other creators, promote your work and skills, manage your Avid account, and purchase software, hardware, plug-ins, and other tools to advance your creative capabilities.