We’ve already covered a bunch of editing processes. Here are a few more for your bag of tricks!
Chapter 5, “Editing,” talked a little about the Spot edit mode and how it can make placing clips at specific points in time quick and easy. Spot mode, however, is really only useful if you already know the specific numeric position where you want your clip to go. Many times, you’ll want your clip to go to a specific selected place in your session, and Pro Tools makes this easy as well—especially if you have a mouse with a right-click button!
Setting Things Up
For this section, go to Memory Location #4–Spotting Clips. If you haven’t already, please change your session linearity to linear sample display. ...