Overdubbing and Use the record modes Pro Tools 10


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Overdubbing and using the record modes

Pro Tools has several record modes, the main ones are non-destructive, destructive, loop and QuickPunch. The current record mode is indicated by the Record button icon in the Transport controls which is right over here. If I right-click, I can see all four modes. You can also choose the record mode up here in the Options menu. Now you'll usually record in non- destructive, a.k.a. normal mode. I don't recommend using destructive mode because it records over existing audio erasing whatever it records over.

So recording in normal non-destructive mode does not erase over existing material, and we are going to cover these other types of recording modes later in this movie. So, let's get to recording. What I want to do is add a chimey single note guitar part over my original guitar parts down here. So I've got two acoustic guitar tracks and they are panned out left and right. So I am going to add a new track, a mono audio track. Let's go up here and choose Track > New, single...

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 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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