PT 210 

Pro Tools

Production II

Pro Tools 210

PT210M Pro Tools Production II (Music Production)



Suggested length: 10 Training Sessions, 1 Exam Session



The PT210M Pro Tools Production II (Music Production) course covers techniques for working with Pro Tools systems in a professional music production environment. Concepts and skills learnt in the Pro Tools Fundamentals I (PT101), Pro Tools Fundamentals II (PT110) and Pro Tools Production I (PT201) courses are reinforced with practical music-specific examples.

This course prepares candidates for the Avid Certified Operator: Pro Tools | Music certification exam. Candidates wishing to take this certification exam must have firstly passed the Avid Certified User: Pro Tools certification exam.



This course is designed for end-users with intermediate Pro Tools skills with an interest in learning how to use Pro Tools | Ultimate systems with HD-series hardware in a professional music environment.



Completion of the following courses and passing of the associated certification exams:



At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Set up MIDI devices for use with Pro Tools

  • Match a session’s tempo to an existing audio performance

  • Control plugins with MIDI controllers

  • Utilize advanced MIDI and audio recording options

  • Share tracks for collaboration using a variety of techniques

  • Record multiple takes to playlists

  • Use Playlists view and assemble a composite performance

  • Use Dynamic Transport for working with loops

  • Use Beat Detective for a variety of purposes

  • Use advanced MIDI production techniques, including the Restore Performance function, the Select/Split Notes function, MIDI Editor windows, and the Score Editor window

  • Create drum patterns using MIDI and enhance drum performances with MIDI drums and/or drum samples

  • Work with Bar|Beat Markers and the Graphic Tempo Editor

  • Add and edit Key Change events

  • Use catalogs for sound libraries

  • Use Cut Time, Insert Time, and clip groups for song arrangement

  • Apply static automation techniques

  • Use Preview and Punch Preview workflows

  • Fine-tune automation using Trim mode

  • Bounce and render stems and create final bounces in a variety of ways

  • Sit the associated certification exam