In this video I'm going to talk about how to properly assign the inputs,…outputs, and busses on tracks.…Let's first take a look at a mono audio track.…If you go down to the I/O section, you can see that Analog 1 is the audio input…path for this particular track.…If we click on this Input Path Selector, you can see that we can choose any of…the interface options, so Analog 1 through 4, and some digital inputs, as well…as other analog inputs down here.…We can also choose a bus. A Bus is an internal Pro Tools signal path, but when…you record through your interface, you want to select one of the analog inputs.…
So if you plug your guitar into Input 1 on your interface, you can choose Input…1 as the input on the track you want to record on to, as we've got here.…The default output path is Analog 1 and 2, which is the output path routed to…the main outputs on your interface.…It's the signal that's going to your headphones and your monitors.…Now I recommend putting a stereo master fader track into every session that you…
- Exploring the Pro Tools interface
- Selecting inputs, outputs, and busses
- Understanding signal paths and gain stages
- Setting up Pro Tools hardware and software properly
- Importing audio from multiple sources
- Recording and editing audio and MIDI
- Adjusting time, tempo, meter, key, and chord in arrangements
- Mixing and mastering a session
- Setting up an effects loop
- Importing and displaying video
- Adding music, Foley, ADR, and FX
- Archiving a session
Skill Level Beginner
Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Videowith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Mixing and Masteringwith Brian Lee White10h 32m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Learning the Interface
4. Recording Audio
5. Editing Audio
6. Arranging a Session
7. Recording MIDI Data
8. Editing MIDI
11. Mixing and Mastering
12. Working with Video
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