Pro Tools First Tutorial (Part 6) – Automation and Exporting

Pro Tools First is a free demo version of Pro Tools for Windows and Mac. Though this version is restricted, it offers a good way to learn about Pro Tools before purchasing the full version. One of the main restrictions of Pro Tools First is it’s limited to cloud storage for projects only, with no offline saving, and Avid only allows up to 3 projects to be saved at once.

In the final part of this Pro Tools First tutorial series, we cover how to use automation on our tracks. Automation can be applied by tracking changes to knobs and sliders automatically when in automation write mode, or can be manually written to an automation lane. Exporting the project and individual tracks due to the project limit of the demo version is covered in this video, to conclude the series.

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