Widely used in the audio industry, Pro Tools is a Digital Audio Workstation developed and manufactured by Digidesign. It's primary use is for editing and recording for film scoring, music production, and television. Pro Tools acts in the same manner as traditional multitrack recorders and mixers, but with some added benefits of the digital medium.
Pro Tools is like any other high quality complicated program - you might occasionally encounter some problems. Most of the common problems you will experience with Pro Tools can be easily identified and fixed. Find out the best way to tackle any error messages or problems you encounter with Pro Tools, and get your system back up in working order.
In Pro Tools, especially Pro Tools LE, the computer processor itself handles all of the audio processing. The audio data is buffered on the way in and the way out, which results in some level of latency and difficulty in music tracks. Find out how to alleviate latency in Pro Tools.
When linking Pro Tools to your peripheral equipment, such as a keyboard or an external system, there is a possibility that you may see the tempo established in Pro Tools is not duplicated or exported to the equipment. Find out why this may be the case, and how you can get your master Pro Tools working well with its attached equipment.
Pro Tools is an intricate and complicated system that requires memory and processing power to function properly. If your drive is too slow or fragmented, it can cause problems when playing back or recording tracks in the system. Find out what requirements Pro Tools needs, and how you can correct problems with slow or fragmented drives.
Using the Pro Tools Digital Audio Workstation is an excellent way to edit, record, and score music. Find out here what to do if your Pro Tools gives you an error message when you are trying to prepare music.
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