New Features of Pro Tools 10: Session Setup Window

On November 20, 2011, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, by Daniel Rowland

Pro Tools 10 has a number of small changes over Pro Tools 9. For instance, Pro Tools 10 supports the use of multiple file formats and bit depths within the same session. Prior to 10, if you opened the Session Setup Window, you would get information about your session sample rate, bit depth, and file […]

Pro Tools 10 Tutorials: AudioSuite Plugin Chains

On October 22, 2011, in ProTools Tutorials, Uncategorized, by Daniel Rowland

Audiosuite plugins have some great new features in Pro Tools 10.

Pro Tools 10 Tutorials: New Features of Pro Tools 10–Clip-based Gain

On October 21, 2011, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, by Daniel Rowland

Pro Tools 10 New Features: Clip-based gain. One of the best new features in Pro Tools 10 is real-time clip based gain. This affects the normal Pro Tools workflow in several ways. For one, Regions are now referred to as “Clips”. Audio clips can have their individual gain adjusted separate from the track fader position […]

Avid Pro Tools 10 Release

On October 7, 2011, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, by Daniel Rowland

Pro Tools 10 (?). You know it’s coming. Yes, Pro Tools 9 had a few cool features, but it was really more about unlocking previously withheld features that it was about giving us anything new and exciting. Support for Coreaudio was the big one, the rest being things like multitrack Beat Detective, delay compensation, increased […]

Pro Tools HD HEAT Listening Challenge

On October 27, 2010, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, Uncategorized, by Daniel Rowland

So as you may (or may not) have heard, Pro Tools HD has a new extension called HEAT, developed by Cranesong founder Dave Hill. Billed as “Analog Warmth and Color Emulation for Pro Tools|HD”, it’s designed to model some of the beneficial characteristics of using a analog signal path. I’ve presented my classes with some […]

Pro Tools 9 is on the way

On October 25, 2010, in Music Technology, ProTools Tutorials, Uncategorized, by Daniel Rowland

So, things are about to get a little crazy in the world of Pro Tools…actually in the world of DAWs at large. Pro Tools 9 is on the way. “What?”, you say. “Aren’t we barely into the updates for Pro Tools 8?” Of course, you’re right. But… Avid has been big on releasing their own […]