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Finding Regions - Pro Tools 9

Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! Pro Tools allows you to search for a specific region within your session. This can be helpful if you have a very long session and need to find a region, especially if you accidentally deleted it. This is different from sorting through the regions because it acts like a search engine.? First you'll need to open the regions bin. Click on the arrow button in the bottom right corner of the edit window to open the regions window. This bin contains all the regions in the whole session, including imported audio, MIDI and recorded regions. Unless you've removed a region from the bin, it will be located in the list.? By default, the regions are ordered by name, which consists of the name of the track followed by the region's number.? To search for a specific region in the list, right click on the region title bar at the top of the window. Click on Find and it will open a Find Regions window.? Now you can search for a region by its name by typing it into the box and clicking OK. The regions bin will display all region names that match.? The non-matching regions won't be displayed in the bin. You can return to the full list by right clicking on the top bar again and selecting Clear Field. Read more by visiting our page at:
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