Posts Tagged ‘pro tools shortcuts’

So, what happened this week? Our new studio in Stuttgart is almost there, which is great. Also the interview with Staxx was a fantastic post and experience. I would say:  I am really READY for the weekend!

To us there is 3 big DAWs out there – for sure ProTools (my favorite), Studio One and of course Logic Pro. Many Composers love Logic and we also use it time by time for writing music. Get all the Logic Short in ONE simple Overview… Click here to check it out!

After the big success of our most read post of all times we decided to dig deep on the second DAW we are using daily – STUDIO ONE. This post will help you become a faster, more efficient and a better Imager, Composer and Producer on Studio One… Check it out!

THE BEST useful link and you are about to discover it! Imagine ALL Pro Tools shortcuts collected in a simple online library with search function and even a keyboard view with highlighted shortcut buttons. Enter www.protoolskeyboardshortcuts.com, chose your Pro Tools version and browse through all the shortcuts, Pro Tools has to offer. The shortcuts are sorted in […]

Hey guys, it’s Andre I stumbled over this shortcut a few days ago by more or less pressing it by accident and then suddenly, this window above appeared and it looks like I’ve found another way to edit faster. Oh Pro Tools, you never stop surprising me with your endless features and pages full of […]

‘Hey, Andre! Something seems wrong with the Shuffle Mode in Pro Tools. I can’t use it anymore and there’s some kind of lock next to it.’ We were sitting in the production studio at ENERGY, staring puzzled at the screen and wondering why the Shuffle Mode wasn’t working anymore. A few minutes ago, we had […]

Okay, this might sound crazy, but did you ever had the feeling that you might not have enough shortcuts for Pro Tools? Although there are tons of shortcuts are included in Pro Tools, you’re always in need for the one shortcut that doesn’t exist, believe me 😉 But there’s a cool trick to create your […]

Pro Tools is full of shortcuts… Some of them are pretty obvious, known and used by every PT user, others are well hidden and you might get that wow-effect after doing a thing over years and suddenly you discover a shortcut , which makes it totally easy. Here’s another collection of useful Pro Tools shortcuts. […]

Repeat to fill selection is one of the most useful commands when it comes to quick editing. Especially when it comes to loop creation, it’s pretty handy. Check out two simple examples of how to you use repeat to fill in your daily work. Don’t duplicate like a mad man, use repeat to fill.

I guess, all of you know this: the more plugins you have in your session, the slower it gets and you need more time to open the session. If you want to check your session for a few audio files and don’t want to use all plugins from the beginning, there’s a little but effective […]