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What is the difference between Avid Pro Tools and student version?

the regular version is like $700

and the student is $300

so what is the difference???? the price gap is about $400, so im very curious why the regular one is so much more expensive thanks

3 Answers

  • 7 years ago
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    They are identical. The student version is offered as a mode of assisting audio students who do not have a lot money will in school. All of the plugins and functionality is there. It really should be setup as just one version with an optional "student discount".

    I have included the link for you to see if you are eligible for the avid pro tools student discount. I hope you are eligible as it is a great discount. Good luck:)

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  • donoho
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Pro Tools Student

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  • Stacy
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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