Viewing and manipulating tracks


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Viewing and manipulating tracks

Once you have created some tracks in Pro Tools, there's a lot of ways to view and manipulate those tracks before, during, and after you record material onto them. Let's start with the Tracks list. As you'll notice, when I click a name of a track in the Tracks list, the name of the track gets highlighted here. That means it is selected. If I click this circle, it will hide the track. There are some other options here in the Tracks list menu, where you can show only certain types of tracks, you can hide selected tracks, and sort tracks.

You can also move tracks around pretty easily by clicking on the name of the track and dragging it, and the yellow line will indicate where it's going to go. One thing I highly recommend doing is naming your tracks. If you double-click on the name of the track, the name and comments come up, and you can name the track. Now if you don't name the track, and then you record onto that track, the audio files or the MIDI regions that you record wi...

Viewing and manipulating tracks
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Viewing and manipulating tracks 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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