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Avid HD Native Thunderbolt Core with Pro Tools Ultimate Software

The AVID Native Thunderbolt card with Pro Tools Ultimate is a hardware/software bundle that allows the user to choose between compatible third-party I/O and AVID I/O hardware expansion options. The Thunderbolt card from AVID gives you lightning fast speeds, on par with PCIe technology. AVID HD systems offer unrivalled low latency performance, and with the AVID Thunderbolt card, this technology is now available to Mac Laptop and iMac users with Thunderbolt ports. Includes the AVID Upgrade & Support Plan for 3 years. 

Please note, this package does NOT include the AVID DigiLink cable required to connect your Thunderbolt Core card to your selected interface. 

    • Avid HD Native Thunderbolt card with Pro Tools Ultimate PRODUCT FEATURES:

      High performance goes native
      When it comes to creating music or sound for picture, high quality doesn’t have to come at a high price. Get the same pristine sound of Pro Tools | HDX for less with Pro Tools | HD Native. Instead of dedicated DSP, HD Native harnesses the power of your Mac or PC, so you can take on large, complex sessions. Escape the latency lag of USB and FireWire interfaces. Get the advanced tools and near-sample-accurate lock to timecode you need to keep things in sync and turn around projects faster. And now with new lower pricing and flexible options, you can get the highest performance of any host-based audio workstation for less.

      Pro Tools | HD Native now comes as a lower priced core system with your choice of system interface and Pro Tools Ultimate software (audio interfaces sold separately). For dedicated studio use, the HD Native PCIe card easily installs into your existing tower, desktop computer, or chassis. If you want creative mobility, choose the HD Native Thunderbolt interface, which can be connected to a laptop or compact computer for on-the-go creation.
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