Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Loop recording multiple MIDI drum parts, part of Learning Pro Tools.
- When you're recording MIDI, you have several…options available depending on your workflow.…You can use a process called loop recording…to loop through a section and try out different parts.…And you can even use special MIDI Merge mode…to build one part onto another.…Let's explore these MIDI loop recording options.…We'll start by rerecording this drumbeat we made…in a previous movie using loop record.…For MIDI recording, loop record allows you to record…the same passage over and over again.…I'll first mute this clip called Beat…so we're gonna record it again.…
Next, I'm gonna make a new instrument track…with the same settings.…There's a really quick way to do this.…If I right click on the Beat track,…I can simply duplicate the track…and save some of the settings.…I won't save the playlist because I'm gonna redo…the clips that are on the track myself,…but I can choose to keep our inserts, for example,…and that will keep the Expand2 plugin…and all the settings we have associated with it.…So uncheck everything and I'll just choose…
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- 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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