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Old 02-05-2015, 04:34 AM
zenstone zenstone is offline
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Default Edit Mode difference between: Grid and Slip+Snap to Grid

Hi,

I've looked around, but didn't find an answer. What is the difference between these 2? I've done some testing, but I cannot find the differences.


I am using Pro Tools 8 LE.

From the Reference Guide:
Quote:
Snap To Grid
ProTools lets you enable Snap To Grid while in
Shuffle, Slip, or Spot mode. When in any of
these modes with Snap To Grid also enabled,
placing the Edit cursor and making Edit selec-
tions is constrained by the Grid, but any region
editing is also affected by the other selected Edit
mode.

For example, in Shuffle mode, with Snap To
Grid enabled, you can make a selection in a re-
gion based on the Grid, cut the selection, and
any regions to the right of the edit shuffle to the
left.
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