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Old 04-23-2004, 01:21 PM
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Default Quick punch....

I am asuming there is a way to set it up in PT to do an auto punch in and out recording. EI.... setting the punch in and punch out points. Then set your playing start point before the punch in point so it gives you time to play along before it auto punches in. Can this be done? and how?
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Old 04-23-2004, 01:35 PM
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Basically, page 194 of 6.4 Ref Guide covers it:

Quote:
QuickPunch with an Edit Selection
If you make an Edit selection and use Quick-
Punch, the following rules apply:
== If the Transport is not online, recording begins
and stops whenever you click the Record
button—regardless of the selection’s start or end
point.
== If the Transport is online, punch-in/out behavior
is controlled by the Online Options setting
in the Operations Preferences. If you select
Record Online at Insertion/Selection, Quick-
Punch punches in and out only within the selection
(or in the case of an insertion point, only
after the insertion point). If you select Record
Online at Time Code Lock, QuickPunch disregards
the selection and punches in and out
whenever you want (after Pro Tools has locked
to time code).
Just set the preroll in the transport window to whatever you like as a count off.
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Default Re: Quick punch....

Thanks....I figured it was something simple.
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