Now, let’s take a closer look at the important process of creating a blank new session. (Many of these topics also apply to opening template sessions.) Once you’ve gotten your system together and everything working, your next step may be to create a new session (as opposed to opening a pre-existing session, as you did in the previous section of this chapter). Our earlier discussion of how Pro Tools works will come in handy here.
In the previous section, you learned that you can create a blank new session from the Quick Start dialog box, but you can also create a new session from within Pro Tools itself.
Click on File. The File menu will appear.
Click on New Session. The New Session dialog box ...