Applying AudioSuite plug-ins


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Applying AudioSuite plug-ins

Most plug-ins in Pro Tools have a real- time AudioSuite or RTAS version and a non real-time version that we simply call the AudioSuite version. AudioSuite plug-ins process audio where Pro Tools has stopped whereas their RTAS counterparts work in real time. The advantage of non real-time processing is that it doesn't take up processing power while playing back. To apply an AudioSuite plug-in to an audio region, first highlight the region and then we'll go up to the AudioSuite menu and choose the plug-in that we want.

In this case, I'm going to choose a Chorus to apply to this bass track. We can hit the Preview button to hear what the track sounds like with the plug-in before we process it. (Music playing.) With the Preview button active, we can compare the original track to the processed track. So if we hit Preview, that will have the effect on it.

While it's previewing, we can hit Bypass and that will go back to the original unprocessed track. Let's try that out. (...

Applying AudioSuite plug-ins
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Applying AudioSuite plug-ins provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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