Recording options for MIDI Pro Tools 10


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Recording options for MIDI

In this video, I am going to explain some of the MIDI recording features that can make recording MIDI much easier in Pro Tools. The first one is Wait for Note, and that's located down here in the Transport window. You can also find it up here at the top of the Edit window if you're showing your MIDI controls. If you don't see the MIDI controls in your Transport window, you can choose them here. When you click the button and turn it blue, that means it's on. And when you enable this Wait for Note button, Pro Tools won't begin to record until it receives MIDI data, like when you press a key on your MIDI controller.

Use this function if you want the first MIDI event you play to be recorded at precisely where the playback cursor is currently located. In this case, I have the cursor located at bar 3, and that's exactly where I want my first note to be placed. So I am going to record a little bit, so I will record-enable this track. And as I hit the Record Enable button ...

Recording options for MIDI
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Recording options for MIDI 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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