mike harris

mike harris

Using an Analog API Console to Record With Pro Tools - Pro Studio Live

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Watch the entire API Routing and Functions session: https://prostudiolive.com/archive/api-functionsrouting--recording-techniques/89 View our entire catalog: https://prostudiolive.com In this clip, Mike Harris explains the theory behind using an analog console in a recording studio environment. He covers important topics such as the basic types of consoles (or boards) and their functionalities and how to utilize the many routing options in the elusive—and often times intimidating—Patch Bay of a console. He also defines for us some commonly used terms like “normalled” and “half-normalled” patch points and gives us examples of how these different types of patch points can be useful in increasing your flexibility as an engineer while in your session! Even if you don’t have an analog console at your disposal, this clip will help you to understand basic signal flow that can be brought into your digital audio workstation of choice and could greatly improve your efficiency when working in-the-box.