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AAW: Windows/Control

Pro Tools 9: WIndows/Controllers

Hardware Setup -The window which gives the user access to the physical I/O assignments for the interface(s) connected to the system. -Choices for the clock source.
Playback Engine this window includes: -Hardware Buffer -CPU Usage -RTAS Processors -RTAS Engine -Number of Voices -Sample Rate -Delay compensation Engine -DAE Playback Buffer -Cache Size
Playback Engine May be the most important window in Pro Tools. This is where system resources are allocated for the CPU, DSP, and hard drives to play back efficiently.
Peripherals Window Where most synching happens. Where you select your console (HD). Tabs: -Synchronization -Machine Control -MIDI Controllers -Ethernet Controllers -Mic Preamps
I/O Window Shows all of the available track assignment paths for the current session. Allows the user to name all of the paths to their liking. Change the output for a created path.
Session Window Change the Sync HD Clock Source, Timecode options, Frame rate here.
What Is the Sync I/O? Main purpose is to synchronize Pro Tools with other time-code related devices such as analog tape and video machines.
Where do you configure the sync I/O? Session and Peripherals windows.
Controllers Might look like a console but doesn’t have audio running through it.
D Control 16 – 80 faders 7.1 surround output monitoring Ethernet (HD only) 6 touch-sensitive rotary encoders per channel XMON audio monitoring connections
D Command 8 – 40 faders 5.1 surround output monitoring Ethernet (HD Only) 2 touch-sensitive rotary encoders per channel XMON audio monitoring connections
Control 24/C24 24 Faders (Not expandable) 5.1 surround output monitoring Ethernet – HD or LE 1 non-touch-sensitive rotary encoder per channel Build-in monitoring and 16 available preamps
Euphonix 4-36 faders No audio monitoring Ethernet – HD or LE EuCon, HUI, and Mackie Control protocols
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