Lock and muting clips Pro Tools 10


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Locking and muting clips

After you've recorded or edited a clip and you don't want to unintentionally move that clip, you can lock the clip in place. There are two ways to lock a clip. The first is called an Edit Lock. So I'm going to go down here with the Grabber tool, select these two regions, go up to Clip and choose Edit Lock. And you'll notice now that these two regions have these little locks, solid locks, as little icons in the lower left corner. If I try to click and drag these, move them around, you get this warning: This command will affect one or more locked clips.

So you can choose to either Allow it or Cancel it, but at least you'll know that this clip is locked and you won't accidentally or unintentionally move the clip. So I'm going to cancel that. Now, I'm going to switch over to the Trim tool and try to do the same thing. And I get the same warning. Cancel. And like usual, there is a keyboard shortcut for this command, Command+L on a Mac or Ctrl+L on Windows will Edit ...

Locking and muting clips
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Locking and muting clips 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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