The need to substitute one clip for another arises frequently, and Pro Tools is ready to help out.
In both music and post-production, projects are increasingly being created using temporary or placeholder sound clips that need replacing further down the road. In a film, TV or radio context, that might mean a specific sound effect, bed track or musical sting. In music, it could be a kick drum or snare sample. Either way, if the temporary sound has been used across multiple tracks in a large session, replacing each instance manually is...
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