If you’re wondering why the volume automation option is grayed out on your Pro Tools 11 software, it’s likely because you’re not using an Avid-qualified audio interface. In order to get the most out of your Pro Tools software, it’s important to use an audio interface that has been specifically designed and tested for use with Pro Tools.
Other related questions:
How do I enable automation volume in Pro Tools?
There are two ways to enable automation volume in Pro Tools. The first way is to go to the ‘Automation’ menu and select ‘Enable Automation’. The second way is to click on the ‘Enable Automation’ button in the ‘Automation’ window.
How do I reset the volume automation in Pro Tools?
There is no reset button for volume automation in Pro Tools, but you can clear the automation data by selecting the track, opening the Automation window, and clicking the Clear All button.
How do I toggle automation in Pro Tools?
In Pro Tools, automation is controlled via the track automation mode buttons, located at the top of each track in the Edit window. There are four automation modes in Pro Tools: Read, Write, Touch, and Latch.
To toggle automation on or off for a track, simply click on the appropriate automation mode button. When automation is enabled for a track, the button will be lit up. When automation is disabled, the button will be dimmed.
Where is the automation window in Pro Tools?
The automation window is located in the “Window” menu at the top of the screen.