Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! http://bit.ly/LearnGuitarAndroid What Are Regions? Regions are not only the actual audio file trimmed down inside the edit window but also make up the entire complete recorded file that's inside Pro Tools. This is important to understand because as you edit and cut audio clips in your Pro Tools session, the original, complete audio file that was recorded doesn't get cut or edited. It sort of serves as a backup that you can always go back to in case you make a mistake. To access this feature, select an audio clip in the edit window timeline. Navigate to the bottom right corner of the screen and click on the Regions bin. This will show you all of the audio regions for everything you have recorded. These include edited regions along with the complete, original recordings. To find the audio region you selected in your timeline, look for the highlighted region in the Regions bin. If you wish to edit any of these Regions, right-click on one and make a selection. For instance, you may want to Rename one of them, which can be useful if you have multiple parts with the same instrument and want to avoid confusion. One of the most common functions is to Export Regions as Files. Doing it this way avoids the "crushing down" of files that Pro Tools usually does when exporting. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-1/tools-and-displays/regions//
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