We help you keep your ever–growing Pro Tools sessions manageable!
Pro Tools doesn't support RAID arrays, but does have its own disk management features that allow you to 'stripe' audio files across multiple disks, or record additional safety copies of everything.
For the most effective time correction in Pro Tools, you need to choose your weapon carefully...
Backups may be boring, but if you get your backup strategy right now, there will come a time when it saves your life!
Understanding Pro Tools’ automation is the key to unlocking its mixing power.
Many of Pro Tools’ editing tools offer useful alternative modes. Here’s how to get the best from them.
Latency can be a nightmare in digital recording. Here’s how to keep on top of it in Pro Tools.
Pro Tools acting funny? Chances are you’ve just changed playback mode by accident.
Ever found yourself struggling to remember what you have connected to Input 7, or which effect is on Bus 3-4? Five minutes' work in the I/O Setup window will end your confusion forever...
Pro Tools’ Quick Start dialogue does exactly what its name suggests!
If you've time enough to install it all, the extra software bundled with new Pro Tools systems has a lot to offer — particularly if you have the Pro version of Digidesign's Ignition Pack 2.
In sound for picture, there's often a need to lock multiple Pro Tools rigs together. We uncover a neat way to obtain professional sync facilities for a fraction of the price of conventional systems.
Like many DAW manufacturers, Digidesign offer their own convolution plug-in as an add-on for Pro Tools. We explain how to get the best from TL Space.
Pro Tools doesn't officially support macros or assignable keyboard shortcuts, but with a little know-how and a copy of QuicKeys, you can use custom key commands to bring up anything from simple menu items to complex chains of commands.
The focus is on better project management in this month's Pro Tools workshop, as we explain the advantages of using template Sessions, and look at some tools that can help you avoid data loss.
Small and affordable it may be, but Digidesign's Command-8 is also a surprisingly versatile and powerful tool for controlling Pro Tools.
Improving your Pro Tools system needn't always cost money. We look at some essential add-ons that can be downloaded for nothing.
These files accompany Pro Tools Technique article in the November 2014 issue.
From guitar amps to gates, Pro Tools’ bundled plug-ins are more versatile than you might think.
When your Pro Tools mix is finished, you'll need to export it as a stereo file. We explain why the obvious Bounce To Disk option might not be the best choice for you...
Has a broken iLok or a power cut brought your Pro Tools rig to a shuddering halt? All may not be lost...