Utilizing the edit modes


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Utilizing the edit modes

While we're primarily going to be using the Grid mode for the rest of this course, I did want to take a minute to show you few of the functions of the other edit modes. If you look in the top left-hand corner of the Pro Tools Edit window, you'll see four buttons. These are the Shuffle, Slip, Spot, and Grid Edit modes. And you can access these by pressing F1 for Shuffle, F2 for Slip, F3 for Spot, and F4 for Grid. You'll notice to the right of the Grid mode, there's a little triangle. Now you can click that and you get Relative Grid or Absolute Grid.

You can also press the F4 key again to toggle that. Now, earlier when we set up the template, we locked Shuffle mode. Let's unlock that again by Command+Clicking or Ctrl+Clicking it so that we can use that mode quickly to go over what that does. So let's go into Shuffle mode by pressing F1, and I'll show you quickly what this is very useful for. So I'm going to zoom in our waveform here. I'm going to select a sm...

Utilizing the edit modes
Video duration: 7m 59s 3h 30m Intermediate

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Utilizing the edit modes provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Skye Lewin as part of the Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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Pro Tools
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