We conclude our tour of the new PT8 AIR plug-ins with neat tricks for filtered rhythmic gating, creating kick and snare tracks from a stereo drum mix, and widening electric guitars.
The point of Pro Tools' option to unlink the timeline and edit selections isn't obvious, but there are situations in which it can be a lifesaver.
Know how to use the Pro Tools master fader properly and you need never suffer clipping in your mixes again.
The Starcraft players of South Korea are the ultimate computer power users, and their skills and strategies have the potential to transform your DAW sessions.
It might be a free plug-in, but the Xpand! sample player bundled with Pro Tools has some serious potential.
Keeping your Pro Tools plug-ins up to date is vital if you want to maintain a reliable system — and now there's a helpful utility that will do it for you.
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.
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.
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.
We look at ways to open up your Pro Tools plug‑in world through VST hosting.
Like any hardware mixer, Pro Tools' Mixer can be used to give the musicians on your session exactly what they want...
Pro Tools' rulers not only show the passage of time, they allow you to control it!
We explain how to create a tempo map in Pro Tools that will follow your musicians wherever they decide to go!
We introduce some of the best free plug-ins for Pro Tools 11.
To get the most from Avid's Structure sampler, you need to work with your own sounds. Here's how.
Learn to set up M/S matrixing in Pro Tools and you open up a world of creative processing possibilities.
Elastic Audio in Pro Tools can do more than time-stretching: it can also be your route to some killer pitch-based mixing techniques.
Once you've created a basic Structure instrument, there are lots of things you can do to improve the way it sounds and plays.