Why is it important to select the audio interface you want to use prior to creating or opening a session? What dialog box can you use for this purpose?(pg 4)
It is helpful to select the desired audio interface before creating pro tools document or opening an existing document.
What is the H/W Buffer Size setting in the Playback Engine dialog box used for? What kinds of tracks are affected by this setting?(pg 4)
it determine the number of sample passed from the audio interface to the computer CPU at once for host-based processing tasks. Setting only affects tracks using the low-latency processing domain.
What dialog box can you use to configure the available options for your connected audio interface?(pg 6)
How can you specify the I/O settings that Pro Tools will use when creating a new session from the Dashboard?(pg 7)
Where are changes to Pro Tools I/O settings saved? Are they stored in the session or on the system?(pg 8)
On the system.
What dialog box can you use to rename signal paths?(pg 10)
How can you configure an audition path in Pro Tools?(pg 12)
The audition path selector in the I/O setup dialog bow lets you specify on output to use for audition playback.
What are some ways to open a recently used project or session on a system?(pg 13)
Click on Recent in the left side bar to display a list
What shortcut operation can you use to add an individual Audio track to your session?(pg 13)
What options are available for changing the display of the Mix and Edit windows? What are some of the optional views available in each window?(pg 15
To show .You can show or hide various views in the windows
How can you easily show or hide tracks in Pro Tools? What is the difference between hiding a track and deleting a track?(pg 21)
Click the Track show/Hide. Hiding the track means it's still in the session while deleting it means that it's gone.
What are some options available in the Track List pop-up menu?(pg 21)
A pop-up menu that provides access to track-specific commands