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Chapter 6. Editing to Picture > Setting Up Pro Tools Sessions for Editing

Setting Up Pro Tools Sessions for Editing

Now that you have recorded this great stuff into Pro Tools, it’s time to edit it all to perfection. Post-production sessions can get quite large and visually cluttered when the track count gets high and the length is over a few minutes. Being able to focus on certain areas of audio with a simple and uncluttered screen will help you edit more efficiently.

Seeing the Information You Need

Pro Tools gives you the ability to hide elements that you don’t need or want to see. You can customize the data that you see, whether it is rulers in the timeline or tracks that are not being used. You can resize tracks quickly so that you can see greater detail in certain areas. The Edit window is also capable of displaying mixing information as well—and if you only use one monitor, like me, getting as much information in one area is very important.


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