Writing and editing automation


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Writing and editing automation

In Pro Tools, you can automate just about any parameter you want. You can program Pro Tools to remember volume, panning, muting, send levels, send trims, send mute, send panning, as well as any MIDI data, such as velocity, volume, muting, panning, pitch bend, program changes, and a variety of others. In this video, I am going to show you how to create and edit automation data in real-time while the session is playing back.

Automation data is stored on automation playlists in each track. You can view the automation playlists by selecting the automation type from the Track View selector. So, here if I want to choose volume, I can choose that, and the volume line shows up as a straight line before we've added any automation to it. If we adjust this level, the volume goes down. You can also show multiple automation lanes by clicking on the Plus button right over here and adding other lanes of automation.

There are five main automation modes in Pro Tools: automation off, read, touch, latch ...

Writing and editing automation
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Writing and editing automation 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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