Overdubbing and using the record modes


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Overdubbing and using the record modes

Pro Tools has several record modes. We can access them by right-clicking on the Record button. We have Normal, Loop, Destructive and QuickPunch. Pro Tools HD also has TrackPunch and DestructivePunch but we won't cover those here. If we choose one of the different record modes, the icon in the Record button will actually change. We can also choose the record mode from the Options menu. I'm going to keep this on non- destructive mode for what we are about to record and what we are about to record is a nice baseline to accompany what we have got here. Two Acoustic Guitars and we have got a Drum Loop as well as a Click track.

So I'm going to add a new track, one Mono Audio track. I'm going to name it and make sure we have the proper input, which we don't, so I'll change to Analog 1 and Record Enable. And you know before I do that, I'm going to actually add a plug-in to this, a real-time plug-in effect. I'll choose the AIR Phaser and this is a standard plug-in...

Overdubbing and using the record modes
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Overdubbing and using the record modes 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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