- Pro Tools 10 Course Clips: Featuring more than five hours of step-by-step, hands-on video tutorials, this DVD is proof positive that learning can be both easy and fun. Watch over the shoulder of a Pro Tools expert, and listen and learn as he walks you through the features and functions of the latest version of this popular, creative software. First you'll check out the features new to version 10, then you'll dive in and learn about the workspace browser, recording, editing, instrument tracks, using plug-ins, Beat Detective, mixing, exporting, and much more.
- Pro Tools 10 Advanced Music Production Techniques: the official Avid Learning Series Expert Level guide to the advanced operation of Pro Tools in a professional music production environment. It includes technical insight into both Pro Tools HD and HDX hardware and software, common workflows, and advanced editing and mixing topics. The materials on the supplemental DVD---sample sessions and source files used in the book’s many exercises and projects---help to reinforce the skills being learned.
- Pro Tools 10 Advanced Post Production Techniques: An official Avid Learning Series Expert Level Guide, Pro Tools 10 Advanced Post Production Techniques is the go-to guide focused on advanced operation of Pro Tools 10 in a professional post-production environment. Today's and tomorrow's post engineers simply must know the ins and outs of this popular software---the industry standard---and this book shows the way. It includes technical insights into Pro Tools hardware and software and offers hands-on exercises, discussion of common workflows, and intermediate-advanced topics, detailing how to use a Pro Tools|HD system to record, edit, mix, and output sound for professional film and video applications.
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