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The following PDF files are included with the Pro Tools 10 installers. If you do not have Pro Tools 10 installed, or want to view these documents. The Pro Tools Reference Guide is available from the Help menu in Pro Tools and here: Pro Tools 10 and Pro Tools HD Pro Tools. Pro Tools First Help (online User Guide); Introduction to Pro Tools First (PDF) [ MB] Read me (Win) (PDF) [ MB]; Pro Tools First Read me (Mac) ( PDF) [ Activate and Download Your Product: Pro Tools

Most mixing engineers tend to have a preferred way of approaching a session, whether it be the effects used or the way in which signals are routed, each engineer will have a process in which they feel is most productive. The lowest sample rate and bit depth settings will be fine. You will now be presented with the usual blank session mix and edit windows, this is where we will start to build our template of tracks and effects we commonly use in a production. It is very common for engineers to want to send their session tracks to various reverbs and delays, so for this tutorial we will create a template fit for just that. Not only will I place effects on each of the tracks, I will also adjust the settings of each of them to what I commonly require. Once you are happy with the template setup, we are ready to save it as a single file which you can call into Pro Tools as needs be. You will now be presented with a dialog box which gives you options on where you would like to save the template file. You can also choose to set a location for the file, this will allow you to create the file on your desktop for example. Quick Tip: Most of the time, you will be presented with an existing Pro Tools session which may have only the raw recorded material and no effects; this is where you can call up your previously created template allowing you to introduce your favourite production setup at the click of a button. The drop down menu dictates where that track information will be placed, whether it be onto an existing track within the session or a new one. When you are happy with the options, click ok and you will instantly be taken straight back into your session with all of your preferred effects there and ready to be routed to.

You will now be presented with the usual blank session mix and edit windows, this is where we will start to build our template of tracks and effects we commonly use in a production. It is very common for engineers to want to send their session tracks to various reverbs and delays, so for this tutorial we will create a template fit for just that.

Not only will I place effects on each of the tracks, I will also adjust the settings of each of them to what I commonly require. Once you are happy with the template setup, we are ready to save it as a single file which you can call into Pro Tools as needs be. You will now be presented with a dialog box which gives you options on where you would like to save the template file.

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You can also choose to set a location for the file, this will allow you to create the file on your desktop for example. Quick Tip: Most of the time, you will be presented with an existing Pro Tools session which may have only the raw recorded material and no effects; this is where you can call up your previously created template allowing you to introduce your favourite production setup at the click of a button. The drop down menu dictates where that track information will be placed, whether it be onto an existing track within the session or a new one.

When you are happy with the options, click ok and you will instantly be taken straight back into your session with all of your preferred effects there and ready to be routed to. Experiment with building up your session templates to include window configurations and custom effects and instead of starting the beginning of a session setting up, you can spend it mixing instead!

Your email address will not be published. Getting Started 35m 45s Installing and authorizing Pro Tools 2m 14s Connecting your audio hardware 3m 32s Powering up and powering down 1m 36s Setting the playback engine and hardware settings 3m 3s Optimizing Pro Tools performance 5m 1s Understanding Automatic Delay Compensation ADC 2m 29s Setting essential preferences 2m 48s Creating a new session 5m 12s Identifying elements in the session folder 4m 17s Creating new tracks 5m 33s 2.

Learning the Interface 52m 18s Working in the Edit window 6m 32s Exploring the Mix window 4m 8s Using the Transport and Big Counter windows 4m 8s Applying the Color Palette and window arrangements 2m 40s Exploring the menus 3m 41s Understanding samples and ticks 3m 38s Viewing and manipulating tracks 6m 38s Selecting inputs, outputs, and busses 3m 59s Defining input and output settings 4m 3s Understanding signal paths and gain stages 4m 44s Using keyboard shortcuts and Keyboard Focus 8m 7s 3.

Recording Audio 1h 6m Creating a click track 6m 1s Recording audio 5m 46s Using audio playback controls and scrolling 5m 33s Working with playback modes and Dynamic Transport 6m 23s Overdubbing and record modes 5m 56s Recording with playlists and Loop Record 4m 47s Punching and monitoring modes 4m 17s Understanding latency 3m 51s Creating a group 6m 40s Using effects while recording 6m 40s Creating a headphone mix 7m 45s Assigning disk allocation 2m 42s 5.

Using the Edit Tools 31m 46s Understanding nondestructive editing with clips 5m 7s Using the Selector and Grabber tools 5m 5s Understanding the Trim and Scrubber tools 8m 23s Changing the view with the Zoomer tool and zoom presets 6m 1s Editing with the Pencil tool 4m 0s Using the Smart tool 3m 10s 6. Arranging a Session 24m 16s Working with clip groups 7m 34s Applying time, tempo, meter, key, and chord 4m 26s Using memory locations 9m 23s Saving and recalling window configurations 2m 53s 8.

Scoring 16m 37s Exploring the Score Editor 5m 3s Using the Score Editor in your workflow 4m 12s Setting up a score 4m 14s Printing and exporting a score 3m 8s Automation 29m 44s Writing and editing automation 6m 36s Drawing automation with the Pencil tool 5m 15s Editing automation with the Trim and Grabber tools 3m 14s Cutting, copying, pasting, and clearing automation 4m 47s Enabling and disabling automation 3m 30s Automating plugins and virtual instruments 6m 22s Working with Video 10m 41s Importing and viewing video files 5m 22s Adding sound and music to video 2m 53s Bouncing to QuickTime 2m 26s My Cart.

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