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27-Apr-2020 14:36

So if I have a track that contains 4 separate impact hits throughout the song, is there a way to consolidate each of those clips as a separate file in one swoop?

Everything I try, comes back to holding SHIFT or another way of basically joining all those clips I just used Strip Silence into separate, and joining them again with consolidation, which essentially becomes pointless.

Is there a way to use the consolidate function where the file is consolidate ends up as 1 file stereo interleaved file instead of two files (l and R)? You need to be using Pro Tools 10 (im assuming your on PT) and you need to have your session set to using interleaved files which is selectable in the session view or you set it up when you fist start a project.

Dave You need to be using Pro Tools 10 (im assuming your on PT) and you need to have your session set to using interleaved files which is selectable in the session view or you set it up when you fist start a project.

if there's only one Stereo track in the whole project than choosing Split Mono won't help much. I just came back from a Pro Tools studio and my suggestion, above regarding cropping clips is NO GOOD!

For example, I recorded one guitar on 3 tracks (one on cone, one on axis, and one in room).

Triple click the track to select it and Ctrl/Alt/3.

Then Ctrl U, then Ctrl B to get rid of the unused regions.

Community member Narek Ambar has been in touch to ask for our advice on how to create smaller Pro Tools sessions when preparing them for archiving so they take up less storage space. Dear Pro Tools Experts, I'm a huge fan and a big follower and absolutely LOVE your content!

I have this issue I was hoping that maybe you guys might know something about as I've searched the internet high and low and had no luck. When I am done mixing a Pro Tools session, I like to consolidate it for my archives and store it onto Blu Ray discs.

For example, I recorded one guitar on 3 tracks (one on cone, one on axis, and one in room).Triple click the track to select it and Ctrl/Alt/3.Then Ctrl U, then Ctrl B to get rid of the unused regions.Community member Narek Ambar has been in touch to ask for our advice on how to create smaller Pro Tools sessions when preparing them for archiving so they take up less storage space. Dear Pro Tools Experts, I'm a huge fan and a big follower and absolutely LOVE your content!I have this issue I was hoping that maybe you guys might know something about as I've searched the internet high and low and had no luck. When I am done mixing a Pro Tools session, I like to consolidate it for my archives and store it onto Blu Ray discs.This is my usual process All in all, with this method I'm able to bring a 7GB session folder down to around 1.4GB.