Have you recorded a part in multiple sections? Or have you made loads of cuts and edits to a take? This can make editing the part as a whole quite tricky.
That’s where consolidating audio comes in.
Merging/combining/consolidating/gluing (or whatever you want to call it) multiple audio clips into one after editing can be useful for a few important reasons –
- You can easily move the audio around.
- You can make level edits to the whole edited clip rather than having to change the level on each one.
- The merged clip will be saved to a new file for easy management outside of your DAW.
You should now know how to consolidate audio in Pro Tools. If there’s anything else at all that you’d like to know how to do in Pro Tools, just drop a comment below!