Choose the Playback Engine and Hardware Sets Pro Tools 10


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Choosing the Playback Engine and Hardware settings

After you've setup your Pro Tools gear and connected all the components, it's time to tell your computer what hardware you want to use with Pro Tools. As you can see here, I've already launched Pro Tools and now I'm going to go up to the Setup menu and choose Playback Engine. In this dialog box we can choose from any of the peripherals that are connected to our system. A peripheral refers to a device that you can use to listen through and record with while running Pro Tools. If you have a specific Avid or M-Audio interface such as the 003 shown here, you'll probably want to choose that.

However, you can also choose a third- party device or any of the other ones that are shown here in the peripherals' list. And as you can see we have a number shown here, and your list or lack thereof, will certainly look a little bit different than this. Along with the interfaces made by Avid and M-Audio, you can instead use a third-party device with Core Audio software drivers on Mac...

Choosing the Playback Engine and Hardware settings
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Choosing the Playback Engine and Hardware settings provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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