If you do not see the New Process window (shown in the image below on the right), then you need to open it. There are two ways to do this.


1) RIGHT CLICK in any Process Control Track and select New APT.

2) Make sure the Revoice Pro session window is selected and press the B key on your keyboard. This will open the New Process window as shown below. LEFT CLICK the Selected Process drop down to select APT. Pressing the B key again will close the window - but it is generally more efficient to leave this window open.


Revoice Pro automatically preselects all of the drop down menu items in the New Process window. We briefly explain each drop down option used in this first example, in which none of these settings will need changing.


Selected Process: is correctly set to be an APT process. (It will be what was previously selected until you change it).


Initial Input Start and End: the New Process window has correctly chosen the Selected Audio (which is the audio shown in green) from start to end. Alternative options for setting this can be found in Setting a Process Control Block.


You could alternatively create a Playback Range to highlight time periods of the audio to be processed, rather than relying on automatically selected audio.


Presets: you can change the APT process settings before creating the process. If nothing is changed, then the current User Default Preset (or, if that's not selected, the Factory Default) will be used. You can choose from one of the provided Factory Presets in the Presets drop-down menu, as a good starting point for processing typical programme material. (See Process Presets.)


Inputs: the Guide and Dub tracks have been correctly selected to be the first and second tracks, respectively.


Output: the third track, Audio 3, has been selected. (It will be automatically set to the latest new audio track that was created in the session.)


Create Multiple Processes: it is possible to create multiple output tracks using this option. This will be explained in a later section.


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Related topics:

APT: detailed operation

Changing input and output tracks

Process Presets

Process Control Track

Playback Range