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Chapter 16. Recording MIDI > MIDI in Pro Tools

MIDI in Pro Tools

Although MIDI and audio are quite different, working with MIDI in Pro Tools feels much like working with audio in Pro Tools. If you understand Pro Tools’ audio features, you’ll find the MIDI functions to be intuitive.

Like audio tracks, MIDI tracks are displayed in the Mix and Edit windows as channel strips (Figure 16.1). Although both channel strips have a number of similar controls, such as solo, pan, and mute, MIDI track channel strips do have some differences. For example, MIDI tracks have no audio to send or bus, so their channel strips don’t have controls for audio interface sends, RTAS plug-ins, or audio buses. Instead, MIDI track channel strips include controls for selecting MIDI inputs and outputs.


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