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Track View - Pro Tools 9

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: What Is Track View? Pro Tools is used in most recording studios, ranging from professional use to amateur hobbyists, and has established itself as the industry standard music and sound editing program. So, it definitely worth it to know as much about the program as possible. This tutorial will explain the Track View in Pro Tools 9. With Track View, you can view things differently inside a track, customize it to your likings and adjust the settings according to your needs for a particular session. How Does It Work? Open up a session you have already begun recording. Above the tracks in the upper left hand corner is a menu button that looks like columns with a small arrow next to them.? Click that arrow to view the drop down menu. This menu provides you with all of the different settings you can select from. One view you can choose is the I/O setting, which shows you the Ins and Outs on a track. The I/O view will appear in the edit window. From this display, you can easily select a different input to add or select a different bus to use when sending out a track. You can also control the pan and the volume on a particular track. Clicking All in the drop down menu will open every setting display in the edit window. These are Comments, Mic Preamp, Instrument, Inserts, Sends, I/Os and Real Time Properties. A lot of these are unnecessary, so go through the list of settings and choose only what you absolutely need. The more settings you show, the less space you have for your audio tracks in the edit window. Read more by visiting our page at:
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