Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Fixing your part with QuickPunch recording, part of Learning Pro Tools.
- Sometimes you have the perfect take…but you messed up one or two notes…and you want to replace that section…but keep the rest of the performance.…In the audio world, we call this…punching in to the record track.…In this movie, we'll dive a bit deeper into audio recording…and we'll learn how to use either Quick Punch mode…or Selection-Based punching to fix our mistake area.…There are two ways to punch in Pro Tools.…One is the manual way where you actively hit…the record button to punch in and again to punch out.…This is a record mode called Quick Punch mode.…
You can enable this by right clicking…on the master record button and selecting Quick Punch.…You'll see a little P shows up inside the record button.…So when this mode is enabled, as long as my record tack…is also enabled, I can hit play, play along with the piece,…and ideally if I'm playing bass, have my engineer…or in this case my producer Todd Howard,…punch in and out of the track whenever he sees fit.…So as soon as he hits the record button,…which is numeric keypad number three,…
Find more tutorials on our Pro Tools page.
- Setting up Pro Tools 12
- Working with templates
- Creating a drumbeat
- Loop recording
- Editing and arranging audio and MIDI
- Adjusting tempo
- Adding EQ and compression to the mix
- Performing real-time automation
- Bussing audio
- Creating reverb and delay
- Finalizing and exporting your mix
Skill Level Beginner
Get In the Mix with Pro Toolswith Brian Lee White2h 46m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Mixing and Masteringwith Brian Lee White10h 32m Intermediate
1. Setting Up Pro Tools 12
2. Recording MIDI and Audio
3. Arranging and Editing
5. Finishing the Song
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