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Join author Brian Lee White in Pro Tools Projects: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and Sound Replacer as he demonstrates how to fix the timing and sweeten the tone of live drum recordings using Pro Tools. This course covers many of the operational modes and common workflows in Beat Detective, including tempo mapping and quantizing multi-track drums, and a variety of drum sweetening techniques like sample triggering with SoundReplacer and virtual instruments. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hi! I'm Brian White. Welcome to Pro Tools: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and SoundReplacer. Beat Detective is the Swiss Army knife of time and rhythm in Pro Tools and SoundReplacer can take your drum sound from drab to fab in just a few clicks. Together, these tools are standard fare in any professional's core Pro Tools workflow. In this course, I'll show you how to quantize multi-track drum recordings using Beat Detective, helping that drummer with questionable timing sound as solid as a rock. (Drums beating) I'll teach you how to use the stock MIDI editing in Pro Tools to trigger samples and sweeten any drum recording without special plug-ins.
I'll even teach you some of my favorite drum sweetening workflows, making even the most budget recordings sound like a million bucks. (Man singing: We hit the town? And I'll never forget...) So, if you're ready, let's get into Pro Tools: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and SoundReplacer.
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