Chapter 2: Recording MIDI
In This Chapter
Recording MIDI performances
Playing back tracks
Recording system-exclusive data
Recording MIDI in Pro Tools is much like recording audio. The advantage with MIDI is that you record only the performance data and not the sound itself. This allows you flexibility when choosing the sound that you ultimately want for your song.
In this chapter, you discover how to record MIDI in Pro Tools. You walk through enabling your tracks and recording your MIDI data. You also get a chance to overdub by using punch and loop recording.
Recording MIDI Performances
If you already read through Book III, Chapter 4, you pretty much know the basics of recording MIDI performances because the process is very similar ...