Join David Franz for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating memory locations, part of Pro Tools 9 Essential Training.
In their simplest form, a memory location can just be a marker used to denote…the beginning or ending of a musical section.…However, memory locations can be used for so much more, as you'll see here.…I have already got a few already made in this session, as you see here in the…Markers ruler, and in the Memory Locations window.…To see the Memory Locations window, just go to the Window menu and choose Memory Locations.…There are several ways to create a memory location.…You can hit the Enter key on the numeric keypad on your keyboard.…
If you have a Mac laptop, you can press the Function key, and hit the Return key.…You can also go to the Markers ruler, and click the Plus sign.…If Pro Tools is stopped, the memory location is placed at the current cursor position.…In this case, it would be right at the very beginning of the session.…If Pro Tools is playing a recording, Pro Tools will place a memory location…right where the cursor is located without stopping playback or recording;…this is called dropping in a memory location on the fly, and let's try it.…
- Exploring the Pro Tools interface
- Choosing a playback engine and other settings
- Setting up Pro Tools hardware and software properly
- Importing audio
- Recording and editing audio and MIDI
- Arranging a session
- Writing and editing automation
- Mixing and mastering a session
- Using automatic delay compensation
- Bouncing down a mix as an MP3
- Importing and displaying video
- Archiving a session
Skill Level Beginner
Pro Tools: Music Editing for TV and Filmwith Skye Lewin3h 30m Intermediate
Mixing and Mastering with Pro Toolswith Brian Lee White9h 18m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Videowith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
1. Getting Set Up in Pro Tools 9
2. Learning the Interface
3. Importing into Pro Tools
4. Recording Audio
5. Editing Audio
6. Arranging a Session
7. Recording MIDI Data
8. Editing MIDI
11. Mixing and Mastering
12. Working with Video
Archiving an entire session4m 22s
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