Let’s be honest. I’m not always here all of the time to post how-to’s on various Pro Tools issues. I’m barely here to even post new gear updates as of lately but that should get better, but Pro Tools Expert is here to pick up the slack. Three of the biggest information sites for Pro Tools have merged to form one aggregate site for all of your Pro Tools needs.
Three of the world’s most visited Pro Tools sites, ProToolerBlog.com, The AIR Users Blog and Pro Tools For Media have entered into a strategic partnership to create a new online community ‘Pro Tools Expert’, that will create the biggest independent Pro Tools community on the web.
The aim of the partnership is to bring together their expertise and influence for the benefit of the Pro Tools Community in both music and post and to offer manufactures and distributors a single point of access to the huge community this will create.
AIR USERS BLOG
The Avid Pro Tools Blog and the AIR Users Blog, a huge community for users of Avid Pro Tools and AIR plug-ins. With over one million hits a year, we’ve grown to be the place to come for training, resources, tips tricks and news. We offer advice for users of HD, Native, LE and M-Powered. We’re independent and are not affiliated with Avid or their associated companies. We offer thousands of FREE samples and sounds and over 350 training videos in HD quality covering every aspect of Pro Tools.
ProToolerBlog is the largest website in the world dedicated to Pro Tools, save Avids own. We’ve been around for around four years and average two posts a day. ProToolerBlog is owned by Stefan Hedengren. The aim of this website is to bring you the fresh fruits of the Pro Tools and pro audio world. We update daily with news, tips, reviews, contests and topics to discuss. We try to satisfy both the high-end pro studio and the low-end project studio. Anything audio goes, but we are primarily focused on Pro Tools.
PRO TOOLS FOR MEDIA
Mike is Pro Tools genius and an award winning ‘audiomeister’, with over 30 years experience in the broadcast industry. Pro Tools For Media is his blog with the aim to bring the latest info on Pro Tools from a media and post perspective. We try to satisfy both the high-end pro facility and small scale ‘home-based’ setup alike but this site is not primarily music focused. Last but not least, Pro Tools for Media is not in any way affiliated with Avid or their partners.
Keep an eye on this site. It should be one of the most indispensable websites for any user of Pro Tools