In this premium video tutorial, Pro Tools Expert team member Julian Rodgers investigates what happens in Pro Tools if you are several takes into a tracking session, creating new playlists for each take and then decide to add a new track? Do the takes get out of sync with each other in terms of which playlist belongs with which?
One of the most powerful features of Pro Tools, the significance of which is, in my experience, mostly lost on novice users is the playlist. Offering “fresh tape” for another take on a track-by-track basis, the usefulness of these is almost limitless, from loop recording to new playlists, to duplicating playlists before trying an experimental edit, playlists offer control of your sessions and the space to experiment. Learn more here: Getting To Grips With Pro Tools Part 11 - Playlists, Vocal Comping & Labels
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