Perhaps the most versatile track type in Pro Tools is one that you can't even record to!
The first step to setting up a Pro Tools session is to understand what its different track types are for.
Understanding the role of buses in the Pro Tools mixer opens up powerful routing possibilities.
We explain how to properly configure your Pro Tools audio inputs, outputs and buses.
Familiarise yourself with some basic concepts, and you'll be up and running with Pro Tools in no time.
We look at ways to open up your Pro Tools plug‑in world through VST hosting.
Pro Tools often turns up its nose at corrupt WAV files. Here's how to bring them into line.
We introduce some of the best free plug-ins for Pro Tools 11.
Learn to set up M/S matrixing in Pro Tools and you open up a world of creative processing possibilities.
Now that Pro Tools 11 has been available for a while, is it living up to its promise?
If you rely on Pro Tools, it's worth taking steps to avoid RSI.
Freed from the limitations of working within a web browser, the new iLok License Manager also offers a much improved user interface.
For anyone dismayed by the spec of the new Mac Pro, there's now a dedicated range of Pro Tools PCs.
Keeping track of your Pro Tools plug-in settings can make your life so much easier.
Sometimes Pro Tools needs a helping hand with finding files and collecting them together.
When Pro Tools loses track of the media files used in a session, you need to turn detective...
Now you can get your music to the outside world without ever leaving Pro Tools!
Pro Tools 10 has some new ways to help you move material to and from other systems — including older Pro Tools rigs.
Pro Tools can integrate external hardware into its mixer, and even compensate for the delay that this introduces.
Find out what the Pro Tools 11 world will hold for your hardware setup.
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