Almost every vocal track can benefit from some post-production. Learn how to edit, auto-tune, and mix vocals with Logic Pro.
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Almost every vocal track can benefit from some post-production. Learn how to edit, auto-tune, and mix vocals with Pro Tools.
Almost every vocal track can benefit from some post-production. Learn how to edit, auto-tune, and mix vocals with Studio One.
Get up and running with REAPER, the up-and-coming DAW for Windows and OS X. Learn how to record audio and MIDI, edit tracks, and mix and master your project.
Discover the powerful tool set offered in the audio post-production application Audition CC.
Learn how to pitch correct and alter the sonic characteristics of vocals and other audio using Melodyne 4, the leading pitch correction software that can also run as a plugin in most DAWs.
Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools 12.
Get prepared to work on real-world projects with FL Studio. Learn how to create, mix, and arrange songs with this powerful digital audio workstation.
Learn the basics of recording, editing, mixing, and exporting great-sounding mixes with Pro Tools 12.
Learn how to correct vocal pitch problems with Auto-Tune 8. Make subtle adjustments in minutes, or use Auto-Tune to add creative effects.
Get up and running with Reason 8. Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio tracks with this professional-level music production software.
Learn how to quickly clean and repair audio using the built-in tools and effects in Audacity, the popular and free audio editing suite.
Make electronic dance music that stands out from the rest, with these extreme sound-mangling techniques. Learn how to use vocoders, flangers, distortion, and more, to create a unique sound.
Take a look at the best new features in Reason 8, from the redesigned interface to the Softube Amps.
Learn how to make music with Reason, and bring the features of a professional recording studio right into your home.
Learn how to record, edit, mix, and master audio and MIDI in Pro Tools.
Harness Logic Pro X's powerful features to make music in brand-new ways.
Help your client achieve the music that matches the vision for their brand, by assessing their needs and turning them into a compelling musical score for their commercial.
Walk through the most anticipated new features included in Pro Tools 11, the industry-leading DAW.
Learn your way around REAPER, an inexpensive but powerful DAW for recording live performances and MIDI tracks.
Get started making music with the popular one-stop shop for music production, FL Studio.
Get up to speed on SmartSound Sonicfire Pro, a powerful music scoring application combined with a royalty-free music library.
Takes an in-depth look at the new and enhanced features in Audition CS6.
Demonstrates four time-stretching remix techniques in four major digital audio workstations: Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Reason, and Ableton Live.
Demonstrates all of the major features of Audition and prepares sound editors to start enhancing and correcting audio—whether it's music, dialogue, or other sound effects.
Demonstrates how to fix the timing and tone of live drum recordings using Pro Tools.
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