Should you upgrade your Pro Tools rig to HDX? And if you do, what pitfalls await?
With Pro Tools now catering for such a wide range of users, can the latest version provide both value and satisfaction for everyone?
Pro Tools lets you edit audio from the keyboard, without even touching the mouse. Here’s how.
Save time and protect yourself from RSI by learning to edit audio in Pro Tools from the QWERTY keyboard.
Pitch-correction plug-ins are the key to the current trend for weird vocal effects. Here’s how to achieve them in Pro Tools.
For those with a large collection of audio files to manage, we look at two applications that bridge the gap between Pro Tools and the Mac’s Finder.
New to Pro Tools 9? Here’s how to get the best from all the features that were HD‑only until now!
The ‘cloud’ is great for backing up Pro Tools projects — if you know what to upload. We look at a service that can do it automatically.
The iLok dongle is more important to Pro Tools users than ever. So should existing users make the move to the new version, and how do new users get started?
For Pro Tools users who are tired of conventional effects, convolution plug‑ins open up a huge range of new possibilities.
Backing vocals sound better when they’re perfectly in time — if yours aren’t, Pro Tools can help you fix them.
Behind the scenes in Pro Tools 9 there are some major changes to how the I/O Setup window works.
Once you've created a basic Structure instrument, there are lots of things you can do to improve the way it sounds and plays.
To get the most from Avid's Structure sampler, you need to work with your own sounds. Here's how.
Elastic Audio in Pro Tools can do more than time-stretching: it can also be your route to some killer pitch-based mixing techniques.
For the first time ever, Avid have made the full Pro Tools feature set available on native systems — and you don't even need one of their interfaces to run it!
We explain how to create a tempo map in Pro Tools that will follow your musicians wherever they decide to go!
Pro Tools' rulers not only show the passage of time, they allow you to control it!
Like any hardware mixer, Pro Tools' Mixer can be used to give the musicians on your session exactly what they want...
Does Pro Tools sometimes take an unwarranted dislike to one of your hard drives? Here's how to deal with it, and how to let non-admin users join the Pro Tools party.
When you need to really open up your mix, it's time to employ some classic stereo widening tricks. We show you how to implement them in Pro Tools.
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