Select an I/O Sets file Pro Tools 10


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Selecting an I/O settings file

No matter what hardware you're using with Pro Tools, whether it's an Avid interface, a third-party interface, or simply your computer's inputs and outputs, you can utilize the I/O setup to customize your signal routing in Pro Tools. Go to Setup > I/O. The I/O Setup shows all of the signal routing available into, within, and out of Pro Tools in a convenient matrix format. It includes the names and paths for all the inputs, outputs, busses, inserts, mic preamps, and hardware insert delays.

On each page you can rename, reorganize, create or delete signal paths within Pro Tools. One good thing to start with is to actually click on the Default button, which will set up the default paths for this particular page, the Input page, for your particular interface. You can do that for every page if you want. Let's go back to the Input page. Renaming paths is a great way to customize your interaction with Pro Tools and make your sessions more organized, that's what I use this window...

Selecting an I/O settings file
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Selecting an I/O settings file 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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