Using the Color palette and window arrangements


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Using the Color palette and window arrangements

In Pro Tools, you have a lot of control over the way the interface looks and how the windows are arranged. In this video, I'll discuss the color palette and the window arrangement features. If you choose Window > Color Palette, the color palette opens up, and you'll see that you can apply color to tracks, regions, groups and markers. If you drag the Brightness control, you can increase or decrease the brightness. Click the Apply to channel strip button right here, and you can adjust the saturation--how deep the colors are.

You'll notice here in the Tracks menu I have these two tracks highlighted. You can also see that their names are highlighted down here. When they are highlighted, I can choose to change their track color by choosing Tracks from this menu and changing the color. I actually prefer the original, so I am going to undo that. You can also go back to the default, which it's actually set out right now, or choose None, by clicking these buttons.

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Using the Color palette and window arrangements
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Using the Color palette and window arrangements provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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