For the longest time I thought I was using master faders properly in Pro Tools. I would have all of my tracks going and then of course run them through a stereo master fader set to my main outputs of the audio interface. Simple! What I started to realize was that when I would do a fade out on the master, my mixes would start to fall apart and something sounded weird. Why was that?

It turns out, master faders in Pro Tools don’t actually operate the way I believed they did. Once I learned how to do things differently, my mixes benefited. Check out the video to see what I’m talking about…

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