Building a comp track using playlists


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Building a comp track using playlists

Creating a composite track--otherwise known as a comp--where you edit together the best parts of several takes into one master take is a quick process using playlists in Pro Tools. Let's take a look at this session. I have got two guitar tracks up here that are playing cords, I have got a lead guitar track here, and then I've got three recorded playlists of a harmony guitar track. We know that these are on playlists, because we're looking at the Playlist Track view.

So to get a handle on starting to edit these, I want to actually loop the playback, so I can hear each one of them. So I am going to go over to the Play button, right-click, choose Loop. Then I am going to double-click this with the selector to highlight this whole region. As I start playing this back, I can hit these Solo buttons, and that will switch over the playlist from the original to these sub-playlists. Another way to make that happen is to actually click in the playlist and hit Shift+S, and that'll turn...

Building a comp track using playlists
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Building a comp track using playlists provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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