Surround Sound Mastering 5.1 / 7.1 Surround Mixing in Non-HD Pro Tools By Mastering Engineer 2 weeks ago An overview of surround routing in a non-HD Pro Tools. It’s not pretty, but it’ll definitely get the job done. source Related Posts:Pro Mixing: Feature Film Sound Design with Pro Tools…VR Audio: Intro to Ambisonics in Pro ToolsPro Tools Tutorial | Basic Mastering | Part 1 | Trim…Mastering in Pro Tools (For iTunes or for your personal EP)Editing Ambisonic 360 Degree Audio in Pro Tools 12…Editing Ambisonic 360 Degree Audio in Pro Tools 12… Continue Reading Previous Studio settings! Thank you @dontsov.ilya #recordingstudio #mix #mastering…Next FabFilter celebrates it’s 15th anniversary with 40% discount on everything until… 10 thoughts on “Surround Mixing in Non-HD Pro Tools” Why are the reverb buses output all going to LR? Surround reverb should go to surround output no? Reply Hi sir I have a big doubt on Protools perpetual 12 Can I mix 5.1 surround sound with PT perpetual 12 ? Reply Hey Eric so i have standard Pro Tools with a 6i6 scarlette interface. How would I go about exporting a 5.1 surround mix with that kind of setup? Reply Awesome!!!! Thanks for the video. Reply What is the physical routing needed for in the studio? Reply Thank You homie I'm a fan of your work now Reply If I have Pro tools 10hd but not the hardware is that considered non Hd pro tools? Reply Hi Eric. Thank you for uploading this video. I have one question. When you do a final bounce, will it be a single audio file with multiple output paths? Do you just bounce down as you normally would or is there some additional export step needed. Thanks Reply Cool, but where is your LFE output? it was created in options but i can't see in mixer. Reply thanx so much for these, could you possibly go into more depth as to how you pan in non HD protools? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.