PT210M Pro Tools Audio Production II, Music Production Course, Part 2 of 2

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Avid Pro Tools 210M Music Production Operator Certification Advanced Course 

PT210M Pro Tools Audio Production II, Music Production Course, Part 2 of 2

- 5 Hours of Sessions with Certified Instructor In Studio or Online
- 5 Hours Self Paced of Official AVID Courseware E-Book
- 5 Hours Self Paced of Training Materials & Exercises

LENGTH: Suggested length:

5 Training Session Hours with Certified Instructor 

10 Self Paced Training Hours

1 Hour Exam Session



Pro Tools 210, PT210M Pro Tools Production II (Music Production) 

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