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Color Code Tracks - Pro Tools 9

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: You can organize your Pro Tools recording session by color coding the different tracks in your project. While Pro Tools has many ways to organize, this can be a helpful way to visually see the track groupings.? By default, Pro Tools will set a color to each type of track.? Blue: audio tracks Green: auxiliary tracks Orange: instrument tracks Purple: MIDI tracks Red: master fader? You can change the color coding to group tracks in different ways. Go to? Setup--Preferences to open the Preferences window. Select the Display tab.? Under the Color Coding section. you can change the default track color coding to group together:? None Tracks and MIDI Channels Tracks and MIDI Devices Groups Track Type After you make a selection, the grouped tracks will automatically change colors. Any tracks that do not belong to a grouping will be left black. Read more by visiting our page at:
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