I back what was just said.


I back what was just said. The Avid/Studio is a buggy program but does have a lot of bells and whistles. I would get trial version first before plopping down any bucks. I paid $400 for Avid Liquid 7.1 and and am not really happy with their product. I would do research and read what others are using here to see what works best. I would rather have fewer bells and whistles to just have a good program that does what I want it to when I want it to.

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