Without doubt, the Avid Recording Studio is a very neat introduction to the world of computer-based recording. The inclusion of the audio interface is bound to appeal to people who want everything they need in one box, and the Pro Tools legacy is definitely worth something on the software side.
There’s no doubt that the economies in the software will start to cause you frustration after a while, but it will have done its job by that time and you’ll know whether you want to progress in music technology or not. No question at all - this is a very usable Pro Tools system for under £100.
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