Using the Zoomer tool and Zoom presets


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Using the Zoomer tool and Zoom presets

The Zoomer tool is mostly used like a magnifying glass, just as its tool icon indicates. You use it to view the fine details of a track, or in the opposite way, to look at the big picture of a track in a session by zooming out. Here is the Zoom tool. You can press F5, or just click on this to activate it. With the Zoom tool in the Edit window, if you click once, you'll zoom in one level. If you press the Option key on a Mac or the Alt key on a Windows machine, you'll see the inside of the zoomer switch from a plus to a minus.

And if you click once, then you'll zoom out one zoom level. You can click and drag with the Zoomer, and the zoomed area fills the entire edit window. A cool feature right below the Zoomer is called the Zoom toggle. This enables you to define and toggle between the current zoom state and a saved zoom state that includes track height, track view, MIDI and audio zoom in and out, horizontal zoom, and the grid setting. And you can set different track heights ...

Using the Zoomer tool and Zoom presets
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Using the Zoomer tool and Zoom presets 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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