Capturing audio

From Revoice Pro (RVP) 4.3, the Pro Tools (PT) Link plug-in has a number of capture modes to choose from, in a drop-down menu labelled Function. The controls lower down the plug-in control window will change depending on the mode selected.

  • Capture Only: only captures audio to a selected RVP track (requiring you to set up your own RVP processes)
  • Capture & Make APT/Doubler/Warp: captures audio to selected RVP tracks and creates a new RVP process using the selected Preset.

If you only want to capture audio, and create your own processes in RVP, select Capture Only from the drop-down Functions, select source audio in a PT track, choose an RVP track to send it to, and press Capture Audio.

Capture audio and create a process automatically

The description below refers to capture of audio, and the automatic creation of an APT process. Similar points apply when using the Doubler or Warp processes, but only one PT track is captured.

From the Function drop-down menu, select Capture & Make APT.

Select a suitable RVP preset from the drop-down Preset menu.

Select the audio in Pro Tools to be used as the Guide (if you haven't already done so) as shown below.

Audio Suite APT Sel Guide Audio

In the plug-in window, select the RVP audio track to which the Guide should be captured (the orange 2 arrow shown below).

Click Capture Guide in the plug-in window (the orange 3 arrow shown above). This will send the selected audio to the Revoice Pro (RVP) Session.

Select the audio in Pro Tools to be used as the Dub.

AudioSuite APT Select Dub in Pro Tools

In the plug-in window shown above, select the RVP audio track to which the Dub should be captured (the orange 4 arrow shown in the plug-in window above).

Click Capture Dub in the plug-in window to load the Dub audio into RVP (the orange 5 arrow shown in the plug-in window above).

An APT Process track is automatically created with the Preset settings you chose.

If desired, you can then make any adjustments in RVP, see Apply a Process

To return processed audio to PT see Transferring the audio back to ProTools using the link plug-in.

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