Using DigiBase and the Workspace browser


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Using DigiBase and the Workspace browser

Importing files into an existing Pro Tools session is a feature that many use on a regular basis. Whether it's to import a drum loop or find that perfect sound effect for a scene, Pro Tools enables you to import a wide variety of files using DigiBase and the Workspace browsers. Now, DigiBase is Pro Tools built-in file management database program, consisting of two main browsers: the Workspace browser and the Project browser. We can get to those from the Window menu. These browsers enable you to search your computer and attached hard drives for any file that you'd like to import into a Pro Tools session.

The Project browser looks into the current session's folder, regardless of where the session's associated files are located. So anything associated with this particular session we can see in this Project browser. Now, there are no associated files except for this session, so we don't see anything else here, but you would if there were more associated files with this sessio...

Using DigiBase and the Workspace browser
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Using DigiBase and the Workspace browser 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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