Learn how to use Markers to make selections, then use Markers for a quick, temporary reference.
- [Instructor] Once you're comfortable…adding markers to your sessions,…you can start to use them for a variety of purposes…that go beyond simply mapping out the session structure.…Let's take a look at some additional applications…for markers, and then we'll go over…how to delete markers you no longer need.…One way to use markers is to make a selection…based on the session structure.…For example, you may want to select the second verse…for playback or to audition changes.…To use this method, recall the first marker,…then hold shift while recalling the second marker.…
Let's demonstrate by selecting the first vocal phrase.…We will recall the first marker by clicking on it,…then hold shift and recall the second marker,…making a selection that extends…from the first marker to the second.…Now, this technique can be used with any recall method,…so to select the second vocal phrase,…I can recall the second marker…by pressing .2.,…and then recall the third marker…by holding shift and pressing .3.…
and make a selection between them.…
AuthorFrank D. Cook
- Getting started with Pro Tools menus, windows, and edit tools
- Creating a session
- Creating a click track
- Recording audio
- Importing audio and video
- Recording, viewing, and editing MIDI data
- Selecting and navigating within tracks
- Adding markers
- Editing clips
- Creating fade effects
- Mixing tracks and adding automation
- Backing up a session
- Bouncing a mix to disk
Skill Level Beginner
Q. This course was updated on 03/23/2017. What changed?
A. Challenges and solutions were added to chapters 3–10 and three videos were updated in the first couple chapters.
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Get In the Mix with Pro Toolswith Brian Lee White2h 46m Intermediate
1. Getting to Know Pro Tools
2. Getting inside Pro Tools
3. Creating Your First Session
4. Making Your First Audio Recording
5. Importing and Working with Media in a Session
6. Making Your First MIDI Recording
7. Selecting and Navigating
8. Basic Editing Techniques
9. Basic Mixing Techniques
10. Finishing Your Work
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