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Pro Tools for Music Production, 2nd Edition by Mike Collins

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Introduction

Recording, editing and mixing. The more I think about how I actually use Pro Tools, the more I realize that, for me, these three processes are very often intertwined and overlapping.

Nevertheless, there are plenty of specifics that are concerned with editing. For example, you need to get familiar with the editing tools and with the various transport, navigation and zooming controls to be able to use these to best effect – and you need to know what’s available for you to choose from. Similarly, you need to be aware of features such as crossfades, auto-fades, Grid modes, and so forth. There is also a section on Beat Detective for anyone ...

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