Mono plug-ins in Pro Tools can be used on stereo and surround tracks. We explain why this is useful!
For those coming to Pro Tools from another DAW, there are a few things that can take some getting used to. One is that, compared with most other recording packages, there can be more manual configuration involved in setting up the Pro Tools mixer. Not only do the mixer channels in Pro Tools not include EQ, compression, or even a polarity switch, but the mixer also exposes the distinction between busses and channels in a way that’s not apparent in, say, Cubase: if you want to route...
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