Now there is one version of Pro Tools! This new “open” version brings advanced functionality to all Pro Tools
users, from laptop to HD, allowing them to use the audio interface of their choice. Join Pro Tools expert Scott Freiman
as he demonstrates the new features in Pro Tools 9.
Pro Tools 9 is all about flexibility and openness. You can start a session on your laptop in standalone mode. You can move the same session to an HD studio for overdubs. Then bring that same session to your home studio and hook up your Apogee interface or any other Core Audio or ASIO interface for more production and mixing!
Pro Tools 9 now has ADC (automatic delay compensation), multi-track beat detective, video sync, surround capabilities plus many other features that were previously only available to the HD users available now to all users!
So check out his “What’s New” tutorial and then check out our newly updated Core Pro Tools tutorial to learn everything you need to know to get started making music in Pro Tools 9.
Table of Contents:
1. What's New In Pro Tools 9
2. I/O Settings
3. Remapping I/O
4. Automatic Delay Compensation
5. Import Session Data and MP3 Export
6. Other Stuff