Locking and muting regions


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Locking and muting regions

After you've recorded or edited a region and you don't want it unintentionally move that region, you can lock the region in place. There are two ways to lock a region. The first is called Edit Lock. With the Selector tool here, and I want to go on SLIP mode, double-click and these two regions will be highlighted. Choose Region > Edit Lock and you will see a little lock show up in the bottom left corner of these two regions. This means that they're edit locked and you can tell they are edit locked by this solid Edit Lock icon.

If I try to move or trim these regions, you'll see that I'm not allowed to. I'm going to click-and-drag and Pro Tools will throw this warning at you. This command will affect one or more locked regions. And you can choose to allow it or cancel it, but at least you'll know that this region is locked and you won't accidentally or unintentionally move that region. Same goes if you try to trim it. Now in this case, I'm going to...

Locking and muting regions
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Locking and muting regions 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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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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