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In Film Scoring with Pro Tools, author Christopher Brooks introduces the tools in Avid's digital recording, editing, and mixing software used for creating music for films, television and other visual media. Its wide-spread use on scoring stages and dubbing stages makes it the ideal choice for many of the tasks associated with creating music for films, television, and other visual media. This course also covers creating effective session templates, preparing recording sessions, and final mixing techniques. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi, I am Chris Brooks, and welcome to Pro Tools Film Scoring. Pro Tools is the most ubiquitous recording, editing, and mixing platform on the planet. Its wide-spread use on scoring stages and dubbing stages makes it the only choice for many of the tasks associated with creating music for films, television, and other visual media. If you've gotten your feet wet with Pro Tools, I'll help launch you into the world of film music. I'll show you how to create effective session templates.
I'll teach you how to prepare for multi -track recording sessions, using guide tracks, clicks, and streamers, and I'll show you how to set up a final mix with everything that you need to finish your project right. I have produced film scores for over a hundred films and I have developed methods and techniques that I can't wait to share with you. So if you're ready, let's get started with Pro Tools Film Scoring.
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