hello everyone. i am a newbie into daw and audio production, but more used with Ableton way of be. recently in my town i have decided to look for a intern job in a big studio we have here. there they use only Pro Tools. so i went study a little of it, installed and everything. then i realize that pro tools has a very old school method of production. i am comparing Pro Tools 10.3.7 or Pro Tools Express 10.3.4 versus Abelton Live 9.1.7, always using Windows environment. for instance, in order for you to have a master volume control you have to manually add a track called "master" and set it to stereo or mono. it automatically routes all audio to it. ableton has it as default, it is always open on the right side by side with two insert tracks for every new project you create. another example is the click track. for you to have a time counter clicking for you, you have to add a click track, plus a metronome instrument in the insert and then you have a timer ticking for you. i wonder why (with huge emphasis on "why")?! is it so hard to codify a "default" track for those two?? does it really need to be an extra track to have metronome? ableton is so much simpler to do many, many tasks. could anybody please help me figuring out the reason for this methodology? thank you all in advance!