Pro Tools Tutorials | How to Use Regions, Audio Import, and Playlists

In this series of Pro Tools Tutorials you’ll be focusing on working with Regions, and learning a few different ways to import audio into your sessions.

You’ll also begin exploring how to record multiple versions of your musical ideas (ie: multiple versions of a lead vocal) without having to take up more tracks using Playlists.

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In this lesson you’re going to learn about the different types of audio regions that Pro Tools creates as you record and edit audio. [View this Pro Tools tutorial…]


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Here’s an illustrated review of how to use the Clear Unused Regions command to eliminate unused regions from the list with a quick little keyboard shortcut combo. [View this Pro Tools tutorial…]


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Playlists are an important part of working in Pro Tools. They give you a tremendous amount of power and flexibility when it comes to writing, arranging, and trying out new ideas. [View this Pro Tools tutorial…]


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In this 40-minute Pro Tools Tutorial series you’re going to learn how to Import Audio files into Pro Tools. You’ll learn about working with different types of files including AIFF, WAV, Split Stereo and Stereo Interleaved.

You’ll also learn about MP3 files; how to import them and why you might want to reconsider using them in your sessions. [View this Pro Tools tutorial…]


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This Pro Tools Tutorial article explains the idea behind lossy audio file formats like MP3 and will help you get a clearer picture on some of the audio file formats that you’ll be using to share your finished mixes. [View this Pro Tools tutorial…]