Avid Mbox Mini with Pro Tools Express Reviews4.8/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
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from Winston Salem, NC USA
April 26, 2013Music Background:
Amazing!These are awesome products!! Great for simple audio productions! Couldn't ask for a better product!
from AR USA
March 1, 2013Music Background:
Music Production Student, Pro Musician
iPad 4My MBox Mini 3 works great with my iPad 4th gen. All you need to make it work is a powered USB hub and Apples iPad Camera Kit. (The one with the USB plug).
January 24, 2013Music Background:
Musician and Gospel Guitar Player
Mbox Mini with Pro Tools ExpressThe Mbox interface is built rugged and is seamless in action. Pro Tools Express is amazing. I am still learning, but after reading and taking the time to watch some tutorials I am already making tracks, mixing them down and using them in the music program at my church. You couldn't ask for more in a home studio environment.
from Washington, DC
December 21, 2012Music Background:
Mbox MiniLove the mini! Great, solid, portable. I do A LOT of short film scoring for festivals and competitions and the mini has allowed my MacBook Pro to be portable so I don't have to carry a ton of gear around. I really enjoy having it and the great software that came with it.
from Los Angeles
July 28, 2012Music Background:
Voice Over actor.
To Mini or Not to Mini??Well, let's not get excited here. . it's just a basic piece of equipment, but it does what it does quite well. And that's really all you can ask. I use it exclusively to record dry, voice-over tracks, so my needs are extremely simple and therefore the MBox works great. The ProTools Express is also all I need to get the job done and the bundling of these two for such a reasonable price is perfect. The only problem I have with this package is that I'm told that the mp3 plug-in option to bounce to mp3 not only isn't included, but also isn't even accommodated by the Express software. Seems to me like it should be a basic inclusion. Digidesign hasn't done me any favors, here. Bouncing through iTunes, for example, is simple, sure, but an annoying extra step.