If you’re looking to get the most out of your Pro Tools automation, you’ll need to know how to target all of the automation parameters. Here’s a quick guide on how to do just that.
To start, open up your Pro Tools session and locate the track that you want to automate. Next, open up the track’s automation window by going to Window > Automation.
In the automation window, you’ll see a list of all of the track’s automation parameters. To target all of these parameters for automation, simply click on the track’s name at the top of the window.
Now, all of the track’s automation parameters will be targeted and ready for automation. To automate the track, simply click on the record button in the automation window and Pro Tools will begin recording your automation moves.
Other related questions:
How do you automate parameters in Pro Tools?
There is no specific way to automate parameters in Pro Tools. However, you can use the built-in automation features to automate any parameter that can be changed in Pro Tools.
How do you make the volume automation view to display across all tracks in the session?
1. Select all the tracks in the session that you want to display the volume automation view for.
2. Go to the Track View Selector (located at the top of the main window) and choose “Volume Automation”.
3. The volume automation view will now be displayed across all selected tracks.
How do I move multiple automation points in Pro Tools?
1. Select the automation points you want to move.
2. Use the arrow keys to nudge the automation points left or right.
How do I select everything in Pro Tools?
There isn’t a single command to select everything in Pro Tools, but there are a few ways to accomplish this. One way is to use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl+A” (Windows) or “Command+A” (Mac).
Another way is to click the “Edit” menu at the top of the screen and then choose “Select All” from the drop-down menu.