Cutting, copying, pasting, and clearing automation


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Cutting, copying, pasting, and clearing automation

There are many ways to cut, copy, paste and clear or delete automation data in Pro Tools. For instance, let's first look at some ways to clear automation data. You can remove a single breakpoint by Option-clicking on a Mac or Alt-clicking in Windows on the breakpoint with the Grabber or Pencil. Let's try the Grabber. If I press the Option key on a Mac or the Alt key in Windows, you will see a little minus sign, show up by the Grabber's pointer icon and that means that it's ready to delete that piece of automation data. So if I click on it, it goes away. If you go to the Pencil tool, you will see that when you press Option or Alt, the Pencil turns around to an eraser and you can erase data points that way.

You can remove several breakpoints at once or all of them on a track by selecting a range of breakpoints with the selector and pressing the Backspace or Delete key. So, let's go to the Selector, and let's say I want to get rid of those data points. So, now I...

Cutting, copying, pasting, and clearing automation
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Cutting, copying, pasting, and clearing automation 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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