In addition to the many operations you can perform on all types of regions, Pro Tools offers powerful features specifically for editing audio.
Nearly all audio editing in Pro Tools is nondestructive. When you edit audio regions, the original audio file is unchanged. Only when you edit an audio waveform at the sample level are changes applied permanently.
This chapter covers editing features that are unique to audio, including viewing and editing audio waveforms, creating and editing fades, and track compositing.
You can display audio tracks in the Edit window in several ways. The most common way to view and work with audio is in Waveform view, in which regions show the amplitude of the audio in graphical ...