Undo an edit Pro Tools 10


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Undoing an edit

It's inevitable that you'll want to undo something you did in Pro Tools. In fact, the Undo command may be your best friend in Pro Tools, well, maybe beyond Auto Save feature. When you do almost anything in Pro Tools, you can undo it. This is particularly handy when editing. So I am going to just do a bunch of edits here and we can take a look at undoing them after I have done them. So I am just going to move some things around, I am going to trim some stuff. All right, so we've got a bunch of edits just happened here, and you probably already know this, but if you press Command+Z on a Mac or Ctrl+Z in Windows, you can undo things.

And you see that up here in the Edit menu, Undo Trim Clip, Command+Z, we can do that a few times here with key the command, and you'll see some of the edits being undone. The Redo command is Shift+Command+Z on a Mac or Shift+Ctrl+Z in Windows. And you can repeat this for multiple redos. So if I do Shift+Command+Z, some of those edits that I undid a...

Undoing an edit
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Undoing an edit 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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