Welcome to the community, @Josh_MCA! :grinning_face_with_big_eyes: Before I directly answer your question, I want to clarify some terminology. There’s no such thing as “Airtable Pro.” “Pro” is a workspace plan level in Airtable, meaning that one workspace can be at the Pro level while others aren’t. These levels don’t apply to all workspaces evenly in a single account.
Back to your question, it’s definitely possible to design a system that will create new records on a schedule. It will likely involve an automation of some kind, and an automation that runs a script would be the easiest way to pull this off. Formulas alone wouldn’t be sufficient.