How To Leverage Clip-Based Gain In Pro Tools 10 In Pro Tools


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Leveraging clip-based gain in Pro Tools 10

The final mix or re-recording session is the first time all your post-production elements will be heard together at the same time. A game-changing new feature of Pro Tools 10 called Clip-Based Gain can help facilitate this type of workflow. Ideally, the Re-recording Mixer will start with all track volumes at unity gain or zero on the mix fader. That way he or she has enough headroom to pull any sound up or down and is starting the final mix in a level playing field. In practice though, this is difficult, because each of the stems may need their own internal volumes from track to track to sound right together during editing.

This is where Clip Gain comes in. In Pro Tools 10, Clip-Based Gain allows you to have an independent volume tied to each clip, which is what regions are now called in Pro Tools 10. These Clip Gains come before the clip signal is routed to any plug-ins on the track, and before it hits the track fader. They're independent clip volume controls associated and contained ...

Leveraging clip-based gain in Pro Tools 10
Video duration: 2m 51s 5h 9m Intermediate Updated Apr 04, 2012

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Leveraging clip-based gain in Pro Tools 10 provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Scott Hirsch as part of the Audio for Film and Video with Pro Tools

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