SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale Editing in Grid Mode The Grid Mode is quite different from Shuffle Mode, Spot Mode and Slip Mode. Grid Mode binds you to the actual tempo and beat pattern of your project. These beats are represented by the vertical grid lines that cover your project. You can access Grid Mode by clicking on the appropriate button in the top left corner of the top tool bar. If you select a portion of your clip or if you move your clip, you will be constrained to either selecting whole portions within the grid pattern or moving the clip only to spots along the grid pattern.? The selections and movements will snap to the vertical lines of the grid. You cannot select or move the clip in between these grid lines. Grid Mode can really come in handy if you need to add or delete certain portions of your audio clips.? With Grid Mode you don't have to worry about manually maintaining the accuracy of your selections because your selections will snap to the tempo of your song. You can easily delete a portion of your track without skipping a beat. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-1/windows-and-functions/grid-mode//
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