If you want to be fast and work efficiently in Pro Tools, there are several things that you can do in order to make your session more user friendly.
In this video, Ben Lindell talks about renaming your tracks and busses, as well as color coding your entire session.
JorgeZM •Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Thanks hi from Peru
5corde •Friday, May 1, 2015
I wouldn't use RED for the vocal track: it is where I will do most of the editing and I need it to be in a colour that is very clear to look at, and relaxing for my eyes, too.
Thanks Ben for this video!
audioguy1979 •Sunday, August 24, 2014
Thanks, great tips
johnfueston •Friday, August 2, 2013
Great tips. I like to be organized too. I'll put these tips to good use in my sessions. Thanks.
aljoscha •Tuesday, January 22, 2013
thank you for the good tips. I just wondered where you can get these nice racks in the background. Were they build to order? Random question, I know. Best, Aljoscha
Becky Jo Benson •Monday, September 3, 2012
BEN! Thanks for your help! This is so much easier to see and work with the cool colors and markers.
Nice job on this helpful video! Please keep up the good work and KNOW that you are helping so many
of us every time we watch one of your videos!! Becky Jo Benson
reymusic •Saturday, June 9, 2012
Im using the new Avid i0 16x16,HDX card and ProTools 10.It might be a tired question, but I'm wondering if I should make my projects using 48/24 or 44/24 (or even 32 bit float) Obviously, the lower file-size of 44/16 is attractive, but fidelity is what it's all about. However, since tracks are mixed down to 44/16 cd, is there any point in recording at a higher standard in the first place?if you dither down to 44 is it really worth recording at 48? Any clarification on why I would or would not want to record in one setting versus another?
theglobalguitarist •Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Very helpful tips. I hadn't thought to make each track section custom colors, and didnt know there was a preference to do it in the mix window. Thanks and great post.
davidcurry •Sunday, February 26, 2012
Love it! Good stuff. Thank you, Ben.
111Entertainment •Friday, May 20, 2011
I'll will definitely be sure to tweet and like this.
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