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Pro Tools 9 Essential Training with musician and producer David Franz demonstrates concepts and techniques necessary for recording, editing, mixing, and mastering in the industry-standard software for music and post-production. The course covers creating music with virtual instruments and plugins, editing with elastic audio for time and pitch manipulation, creating a musical score, and mixing with effects loops. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hi! I'm David Franz, and this is Pro Tools 9 Essential Training. In this course, I'll unveil the inner workings of the industry standard software for music and post-production, including all the concepts and techniques necessary for recording, editing, mixing, and mastering in Pro Tools. Specifically, I'll cover how to set up your Pro Tools studio and explore all the facets of the Pro Tools interface. I'll show you how to record and edit audio and MIDI in a Pro Tools session. I'll explain how to work with virtual instruments, plug-ins, and video, as well as how to comp tracks with playlists, and import any kind of data into your Pro Tools session.
I'll show you how to utilize Automatic Delay Compensation to keep your tracks time-aligned, Elastic Audio for time and pitch manipulation, and how to create a musical score with the Score Editor. Finally, I'll show you how to use Pro Tools for mastering, and how to archive a Pro Tools session for backup and storage. This course is applicable to all versions of Pro Tools, and the techniques I teach in this course will show you how to use Pro Tools for any aspect of music and post-production. So let's dive into the videos, and get started with Pro Tools 9 Essential Training.
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