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Tab to Transients - Pro Tools 9

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 What Is the Tab to Transients Function? Tab to Transients can be especially useful when you're recording drums. Once this feature is enabled, all you have to do is press the Tab button to automatically slide the play marker/selector over to the next transient, which is a strike or a hit in the audio waveform. Drums, along with most other percussive instruments, create a lot of strikes in the audio waveform.? Using Tab to Transients To access the Transient feature, click on the button beneath the Smart Tool that looks like an arrow pointing to a waveform.? This corresponds to the function of the button, because it pushes the play marker up to the very first note of a wavelength. For instance, if you place the play marker just before the beginning of an audio region and press Tab, the play marker will automatically snap to the beginning of the clip.? With each subsequent pressing of Tab, the play marker will snap to line up with the beginning of each strike in the audio regions. This can be extremely useful if you're editing drums, for instance. In some cases, one drum hit might be slightly off from another drum hit, as in this example.? The red waveform on the bottom shows a hit that is slightly ahead of the purple waveform above. To fix this, press Tab until the play marker snaps to the waveform that is slightly ahead. Once in place, press B on your keyboard to make a cut. Now, press Tab again to snap to the next transient and press B to make another cut. With both cuts made, use the Grabber Tool to slide the region into place until the transients all line up with each other. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-1/tools-and-displays/tab-to-transients//
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