This is made for those who are just getting started with learning everything that Pro Tools has to offer. Step 1 First, let's define what automation is, and what its purpose is.
Starts or stops auditioning from head - or - Audio Import dialog: Deletes a Region from the timeline - or - Browser Item: Makes a secondary sort order - or - Region List: Auditions a file - or - Browser Find Button: Cancels a search, and closes the search pane - or - Browser Close Box: Hides a column for the individual browser Ctrl-click Browser Back Button: Opens the navigation menu - or - Browser items: Selects discontiguous items - or - column headers: Selects discontinuous column headers - or - Browser Up Button: Opens menu for navigating Up several levels.
Stores column order and width, and sort order - or - Region List: Opens a new window and leaves the original window open DigiBase drag and drop Alt-drag and drop Browser Item: From one folder to another folder on the same volume will create a copy of that item in the target location - or - Browser Media File to Region List or Timeline: Creates a copy of the media file in the session's Audio Files folder Shft-drag and drop Browser File: Imports to Timeline and creates a new track.
Ctrl-drag and drop Waveform Display: Sets sync point and spots to Timeline - or - Region List: Sets the sync point and spots to the Timeline and copies the audio file Start-drag and drop Region List: Snaps to head - or - Browser Audio file, from Name or Icon: Snaps to head - or - Browser Audio file, from Waveform Display: Snaps to sync point - or - Browser Item: Snaps to sync point and copies the audio file to the session's Audio Files folder Start-Ctrl-drag and drop Region List: Snaps to tail - or - Browser Item: Spots with variable cursor and copies the audio file to the session's Audio Files folder.Start studying Pro Tools (11) Module 9: Writing and editing automation.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. iv Pro Tools Shortcuts Guide • Automation Enable window Fine Adjustment Pro Tools provides global keyboard shortcuts for the following types of fine adjustment: • Plug-in parameter editing • fader movement • scrubbing • automation data trimming Multi-Select.
Pro Tools doesn't just give you one type of automation to work with - you've actually got a number of different modes of automation. To choose from, you have read, touch, latch, and write.
If you want to use the standard form of automation, just leave it on read and it will read whatever automation moves you have put in there with the pencil or other tools. Tools & techniques that elevate teams to greatness Cucumber's open-source and commercial collaboration tools combine with world-class training and consulting to take your engineering teams' performance to another level.
Configure Write on Stop modes to remain enabled after an automation pass (Pro Tools HD only) Start-Ctrl-click or Right-click on plug-in ctrl Display Automation playlist of automation-enabled plug-in control (and scrolls track into view).
Auto read, tells Pro Tools to read the automation data, that's written to the track. This is the default automation mode in Pro Tools. The other modes, are useful for creating automation data.