Save and Backup Options in Pro Tools While working in Pro Tools, it is extremely important to save your work and make a proper backup of it to avoid any unwanted loss of your audio data. Ciaran will teach you to properly save and backup your data and perform other similar functions. You will see how to back up and consolidate your work properly to ensure that all the required data is safely stored, get to know about the Backing up folder and its components i.e. Audi Files, BackingUp.ptx file, WaveCache.wfm etc., use the Save, Save As and Save Copy In functions, adjust the Auto Backup settings in the Preferences menu and remove the unused clips in order to minimize the file size. In this Pro Tools tutorial, you will learn to manage the options related to properly save and back up your data to avoid any kind of data loss.
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In this series of video tutorials on Pro Tools 10, your expert trainer Ciarán Robinson, Avid Certified trainer, will teach in a very straightforward and practical way all you need to produce music using a computer and Pro Tools. Setting up your system and i/o, interfaces, understanding the different types of audio channels, then recording your first tracks and edit them, then to building up up a song or a piece of music of any style. You will also learn how to mix and use Pro Tools Mixer and Audiosuite plug ins, as well as as programming and editing MIDI and using Boom, XPand, db33 organ, Vacuum and Structure Free, the main instruments instruments that's come with Pro Tools as standard. You will learn the good strategies for saving and making backups, how to use the workspace browser, and to bounce down your mix and finish your track.
This Pro Tools 10 tutorial will teach all the stages of music production, and will help you to create the workflow you need to produce your own tracks.
Basic knowledge of music creation on a computer, a copy of Avid Pro Tools 10, a Mac or a PC.