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Record to Multiple Playlists - Pro Tools 9

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Why Record to Multiple Playlists? Recording to multiple playlists can help save track space, as well as your time by increasing your efficiency and streamlining your workflow. Instead of working on ten different tracks, you could instead work on 10 different playlists inside one track. In this sense, recording to multiple playlists allows you to record to tracks within a single track. Recording to multiple playlists can come in handy when you want to re-record a take or a part but you want to keep the original audio of the part you're recording over. Instead of creating a whole new track to do this, you can save track space and record on the same track to another playlist. How to Record to Multiple Playlists To do so, first click on the small arrow next to the track name. Choose New from the menu that appears. In the window that appears, type a name for this new playlist in the appropriate field and press OK.? When you do this, the audio region you previously had in your track will disappear, but this does not mean it has been erased.? Instead of looking at a new track in the edit window, you are instead working in a different playlist, which is like having a track within a track. You can now record to the track in this new playlist. Make sure the Track Record Enable button is on before you begin recording.? When you're finished, you can easily switch back and forth between your different takes on different playlists by clicking on the small arrow next to the track's name and choosing the playlist you would like to see from the menu that appears. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-2/record-audio/record-to-multiple-playlists//
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