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Learning Avid Pro Tools 10

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  • Copyright 2014
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-359818-7
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-359818-6

In this video based training course for Pro Tools 10, expert Joe Godfrey takes you through the ins and outs of composing, mixing, and editing with this powerful audio production software. This tutorial is designed for the beginner; no previous Pro Tools experience is required. You will learn from the ground up, building on what you are taught from chapter to chapter until you are comfortable using the tools and techniques available to you.
In this title, you will work with the spoken word, apply sound effects, work with music tracks, and explore sound design. You will create music, work with video, as well as learn the Pro Tools interface and about DSP (digital sound processing) concepts. This video tutorial also covers workflow tips and techniques for saving and archiving your files. You will learn through the application of these tools in real, in-software, examples - this is not simply a video version of the Pro Tools manual!
By the completion of this video tutorial for Pro Tools 10, you will be capable of creating, editing, and sharing music tracks created in this powerful, industry standard software for audio professionals. Working files are included to allow you to work alongside the author throughout the training.

Total Time: 8.75 hours

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Table of Contents

01. Intro To Pro Tools 10
    0101 Who Uses Pro Tools
    0102 About This Title And Exercise Files
    0103 What Is New In Pro Tools 10
    0104 Pro Tools 10 Installation
    0105 Pro Tools Hardware Options
    0106 Signal Flow And The IO
    0107 Digital Audio 101
02. Basic Editing In The Timeline
    0201 Creating A Blank Session
    0202 Importing Audio
    0203 Tracks And Window Layouts
    0204 Defining And Naming Clips
    0205 Editing Tools
    0206 Slip And Shuffle Modes
    0207 Timeline Ruler Options
    0208 Editing With Multiple Tracks
03. Customizing Pro Tools
    0301 File Structure
    0302 Options For Saving Sessions
    0303 Pro Tools Preferences
    0304 Window Layouts And Scrolling Options
    0305 Sorting In The Clip Bin
    0306 Clearing Unused Clips
    0307 Showing Hiding And Sorting Tracks
    0308 Track And Clip Colors And Diamond Lanes
04. Recording And Editing A Voice Track
    0401 Recording An Announcer Track
    0402 Setting Up A Cue
    0403 The ABC System
    0404 Choosing Takes With The Separation Grabber
    0405 Music In The Cue
    0406 Effects In The Cue
    0407 Editing The Performance
    0408 Time Compressing The Announcer
    0409 Using Pitch Shift On Announcers
05. Editing Music Tracks
    0501 Editing Library Music On The Grid
    0502 Editing Two Music Tracks
    0503 Fades And Crossfades
    0504 Retiming Library Music Tracks
    0505 Setting Triggers In Beat Detective
    0506 Separating Clips In Beat Detective
06. Elastic Audio
    0601 Elastic Audio - Narration Track
    0602 Elastic Audio - Sound Effect
    0603 Elastic Audio - Drum Loop
    0604 Adjusting Pitch Using Elastic Audio
07. Midi In Pro Tools
    0701 Connecting A MIDI Keyboard
    0702 Comparing MIDI Tracks And Instrument Tracks
    0703 XPand's Virtual Instrument Library
    0704 Adding Percussion With The Loop Tool
    0705 Adding A MIDI Bass Part
    0706 Adding Keys And The MIDI Editor
    0707 MIDI Event List And Quantizing
    0708 Customizing And Saving XPand Patches
    0709 Arranging With MIDI Instruments
    0710 Performance Transpositions In XPand
    0711 Saving Instrument Collections As Templates
08. Tracking Instruments
    0801 Tracking Acoustic Guitar
    0802 Arranging Using Grid Mode
    0803 Overdubbing A Bass Part Using Playlists
    0804 Electric Guitar Parts In Eleven
    0805 Percussion FX Using The Click Track
    0806 Half Speed Recording
09. Sound Design
    0901 The Concept Of Sound Design
    0902 Importing SFX And Setting A Phone EQ
    0903 Creative Use Of AudioSuite PlugIns For SFX
    0904 Identifying Sync Points
    0905 Timing Music To SFX
    0906 Timing SFX To Music
    0907 Tuning SFX To Match Pitch
    0908 Triggering SFX With MIDI Using Structure
10. Working With Video
    1001 Importing A Movie
    1002 Spotting The Movie
    1003 Setting The Tempo Of The Score
    1004 Building The Sound Palette
    1005 Using Spot Mode For Precise Placement
    1006 Building An Alternate Version In The Timeline
    1007 Bouncing The Movie
11. Mixing And Automation
    1101 The Philosophy Of Mixing
    1102 Groups And Other Tips - Part 1
    1103 Groups And Other Tips - Part 2
    1104 Groups And Other Tips - Part 3
    1105 EQ And Volume
    1106 Busses And Aux Faders
    1107 Customizing Mixing Templates
    1108 Printing Effects And Stems
    1109 Automation Write, Touch, Latch And Read
    1110 Automating Plugin Parameters
12. Digibase Browser
    1201 Workspace Browser
    1202 Project Browser
13. Conclusion
    1301 About The Author

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