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Post by Marvetta Holland on November 25, 2012

I recorded some audio sometime ago in a session. I figured that I could not use the previously recorded audio in my new session, because I created the sample rates different for each session. It is good to know that I can export those as wav files and bring them into my new and improved session.

Recording Audio

  • Audio Storage Requirements:
    • PT records all audio using sample rates ranging from 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz, with bit depths of 16, 24 or 32-bit floating point.
  • Recording a Track:
    • Now we are ready to record a track.
    • Once the track record-enabled, there are 3 ways to start the recording:
      • Press on [3]
      • Press on Control F12
      • Press on Control Command-Spacebar
  • Removing Audio Clips & Deleting Audio Files:
    • You can command click clips in the clip list to choose Clear or Remove clips.
  • Disk Space:
    • Under Window menu we can view all the info of how much audio we can store on hard disc.

Recording Audio

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:07
  • Audio Storage Requirements 0:47
    • Disk Space Window
  • Create a Click Track, Prepare & Record Audio 3:10
    • Preparing to Record
    • Record-Enabling Tracks
    • Record Tracks: Insertion Follows Playback
  • Learn About Clips: How to View, Rename & Delete Them 20:24
  • Talk About Destructive/ Non-Destructive Recording 24:19
    • Looping & Punching Options
    • Disk Space