An editing mode found in Pro Tools software. Shuffle Mode will always cause the audio region you are moving to become butted up against another region, or the beginning of the track. You can’t just drop it anywhere. If you do it will “jump” up against another region. If you move a region to a place earlier in the track than some region that later region will move over to make room for the one you are dropping in, and then butt right up against it. This mode is great for working with loops and grooves as it does the dirty work for you in terms of keeping everything continuous. The three other major editing modes in Pro Tools are Spot Mode, Grid Mode and Slip Mode.