Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 When you're editing a project in Pro Tools, you may need to work on multiple regions on multiple tracks at once. For example, if you have numerous tracks for a drumset and need to edit them at the same time, you'll need to select them together.? There are several easy ways to select more than one region and track so that you can do your editing efficiently.? 1. Click and drag: Use your cursor to click and drag over the regions and tracks you want to select. Once you've done the initial click, you can drag up, down and over to highlight regions.? 2. Grouping: To save yourself the trouble of clicking and dragging, you can group together tracks that you often edit together. Creating groups is explained in a separate video. To edit groups of tracks, you first need to enable the group in the window in the lower left corner. Click the group to enable it.? Now, whenever you select one track of the group, all the others will automatically be selected too. Clicking and dragging works the same way: drag through one track of the group to edit all the others.? 3. Top ruler: If you want to select all of the tracks in the session, you can do this easily by using the ruler at the top of the window.? First set your play marker at the very beginning of the session. Then click and drag your cursor on the top ruler. This will highlight all of the regions on all the tracks as you drag through the timeline. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-2/select-material-to-edit/select-multiple-tracks//
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