PT 110 Lesson 2 Flashcards


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1

What are some of the features enabled by Pro Tools | Ultimate software?

Full surround mixing - upto 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos

2

What is required to import and arrange multiple video clips on a Video track?

Video and Audio for the video

3

Name some areas of focus available for Workspace browsers in Pro Tools.

Sound library

Volumes

Session

Track presets

4

What are some of the functions that you can perform using a Workspace browser?

Search across multiple drives

Audition audio files

Elastic Audio features

Drag and drop into an open session

5

How can you audition files from a browser? How can you audition them in context with your session?

Option click in the tracks list

6

What is Soundbase? What are tags in Soundbase?

A window that allows you to find audio by tags.

Simple explanations of what an audio is.

7

What are some available destinations when importing audio from a Workspace browser or Soundbase?

Clips/Tracks Lists

On an existing track

8

What are some of the different types of media you can import into Pro Tools (in addition to audio files)?

Video MIDI ACID

9

What command allows you to import entire tracks from another Pro Tools session into your current session?

Option dragndrop

10

What types of clips can be grouped together as a clip group? Can clips of different types be combined into a single clip group?

Audio, MIDI, and Video clips.

Yes, with multitracked.

11

How many clips are required for a clip group? Can clip groups contain silence?

No minimum, yes.

12

What kind of icon is used to indicate a clip group? Where is the icon located?

Like a little wavelength thingy. Near the trackslist.

13

What do the Ungroup and Ungroup All commands do? How would you go about reassembling a clip group after using one of these command?

Ungroups all previously grouped clips.

Clip > Regroup // OptCMD + R