the Edit modes Pro Tools 10


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Understanding the Edit modes

The Edit modes, Shuffle, Slip, Spot and Grid, determine how clips behave when edited by the Edit tools. Let's checkout Slip mode first with the Grabber tool. So if I come down to this clip, I can click and drag it and it's not constrained by the grid at all, I can freely move it wherever I want, and I can overlap a clip, or I can leave space between the clips. If I use the Trimmer, it's similar in that it's not constrained in any way.

In contrast, if we use the Shuffle edit mode and I'll go back to the Grabber tool, if I take this clip, it's constrained to snap to one end or the other of another region. So if I let this go now, it snaps to the end of this region to connect it. Same thing here, you will see this yellow line and it will snap to the clip boundary. Similarly, with the Trimmer tool if I click and drag you will see all the regions on the right move to the left and make up that empty space that was trimmed away.

Now one thing you should also notice is that...

Understanding the Edit modes
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Understanding the Edit 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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