Audio production can be broken down into a number of phases–recording (or tracking), editing, mixing, and mastering to name but a few. Like many DAWs, Pro Tools perhaps shines brightest in the editing phase. In its nonlinear environment, you can accomplish in seconds what used to take minutes or hours with tape-based systems. And of course, there is always the Undo function if you make a mistake.
Even among DAWs, Pro Tools has led the pack in the world of editing, and Pro Tools 8 introduces some particularly useful editing features. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to:
Take full advantage of the Pro Tools Edit window
Use edit ...