If you are new to Pro Tools or indeed a seasoned Pro Tools professional then these five tips may be helpful to you. If nothing else it ensures we get into healthy habits and once they become habits, they become second nature. So here are 5 things you should do every time you start a Pro Tools Session.
In this free tutorial, we are going to look at a special kind of Pro Tools window, the "Target Window". What is it - how does it works - how it is different from other windows and especially: How does it help me to speed up my Pro Tools workflow?
In this free Pro Tools tutorial, I will have a look at something very fundamental in Pro Tools, the Time Displays. There are lots of small and big (mostly green) numbers displayed everywhere for various purposes, but they all fall into two categories, "Time Locations" or "Time Durations".
In this tutorial, you will learn the various Track Types in Pro Tools. Track Types are one of the key elements in understanding how Pro Tools works, how it translates the concept of a hardware mixing console into a virtual mixing environment.
In this tutorial, I will discuss a sometimes confusing term, the Bus. It is an essential element in the architecture of a mixer.
In this tutorial "Audio Clips vs. MIDI Clips" you will learn the fundamental differences between Audio Clips and MIDI Clips.
When you first start Pro Tools there’s every chance that you are going to see the Quick Start Session Dialog window, I say every chance because there is an option to stop it appearing, you can see that in the bottom left of the image below. If this has been ticked in error or if you want to reinstate it, then go to the Pro Tools Preferences, Display and then tick the box marked ‘Show Quick Start dialog when Pro Tools starts’.
You may be new to Pro Tools and wonder where to go to see how Pro Tools is working with your system resources.Under the hood at the bottom of the Window menu is a handy option called System Usage and depending on what version of Pro Tools you own it will appear a little differently.
If you are new to Pro Tools the different kind of track options available can sometimes be daunting, in fact sometimes even seasoned professionals are not entirely sure of the benefits of using different track types. We recently took a look at Pro Tools instrument tracks. We will take a look at each type of Pro Tools track in detail, explaining each section to the Pro Tools track type and how to use them. In this post we are looking at the Pro Tools aux track.
If you are new to Pro Tools the different kind of track options available can sometimes be daunting, in fact sometimes even seasoned professionals are not entirely sure of the benefits of using different track types. We will take a look at each type of Pro Tools track in detail, explaining each section to the Pro Tools track type and how to use them. In this post we are looking at the Pro Tools instrument track.