The latest Pro Tools release gives subscribers a wealth of
new plug-ins to enjoy.
The stock EQIII plug‑in may be old, but it still has a few neat tricks up its sleeve.
Avid’s new ‘little and often’ update strategy is delivering some really useful improvements. We look over the most recent.
To get the most from Pro Tools, you need an extended keyboard — and here’s why.
A little planning can help you get up and running quickly with mix projects transferred from other DAWs.
Mono plug-ins in Pro Tools can be used on stereo and surround tracks. We explain why this is useful!
Playlists in Pro Tools are usually invaluable, but once in a while, they can trip you up.
We offer a relatively painless way to create stems from a large Pro Tools mix.
The need to substitute one clip for another arises frequently, and Pro Tools is ready to help out.
Some of the most important features of a hardware console are found in its master section. Here’s how to add them to the Pro Tools mixer.
We continue our exploration of the mastering possibilities in Pro Tools.
Pro Tools isn’t just for recording and mixing. It’s also pretty handy for mastering work.
We explain the pitfalls to avoid when transferring projects from other DAWs for mixing in Pro Tools.
Bring a new dimension to your Pro Tools mixes by integrating outboard hardware.
In theory, old Pro Tools sessions should open in version 12. In practice, you may need to know a few tricks!
We explain how the new editing features in Pro Tools 12.6 will benefit everyone.
We serve up a tempting menu of little-known Pro Tools tips, including some new features in 12.6.
Which audio interface is right for you and your Pro Tools system?
Pro Tools users have requested five feature additions above all others. But can you work around their absence?
We look at the most popular Pro Tools feature requests, and explain how you can adapt where they haven’t yet been implemented.
These small tips could make a big difference to your Pro Tools experience!
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