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Pro Tools 8 New Features helps music producers, sound engineers, and hobbyists unleash the creative possibilities at their fingertips. Musician, producer, and educator David Franz teaches the skills needed to master the new Pro Tools 8 interface, and reveals techniques for making the most of Digidesign’s new virtual instruments and effects. That’s just a small taste of the new features covered here—David explores all the latest improvements to the audio industry’s standard software. Exercise files accompany this course.
Pro Tools is the industry standard for audio production and Pro Tools 8 just raised the bar. (Music playing.) I'm David Franz. I'm a music producer and songwriter, owner of Underground Sun Studio and author of the first Pro Tools book. And this is Pro Tools 8 New Features. With this new incarnation of Pro Tools, Digidesign introduces a new, very functional and more modern looking interface. We will explore the interface along with the new menu items, new preferences and the new MIDI Editor.
We'll look at the new track comping function, independent automation lanes and I'll get in to the new Score Editor. Yes, Pro Tools has notation now. I will show you new plug-ins for EQ, harmonic, delay and modulation effects and the new suite of virtual instruments that will help you start making music with Pro Tools 8 right out of the box. This version of Pro Tools is an amazing upgrade of an already powerful production resource. The new features are so deep, I can only give you a taste here of what we are going to cover in this course. So if you are hungry for more, I am here to feed the audio beast in you. Let's get started with Pro Tools 8 New Features.
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