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When you add Pro Tools to your home recording studio, you have the software used to create hit records. Throw in Pro Tools All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies, Second Edition and you get the insight you need to capture your sounds, edit your tracks, create a mix, and master your songs for the world to hear. Add a generous helping of your own talent and you have the perfect recipe for music stardom.
This fantastic eight-books-in-one package introduces you to Pro Tools audio- and MIDI-recording software and clues you in on basic multitrack recording techniques. You'll get wise to Pro Tools' many features and functions and find out how top recording studios use them to create the biggest hits on the planet. This do-it-now handbook also gets you up to speed on the essential audio-engineering skills you need to make ultra-high-quality recordings. Discover how to:
Don't spend big bucks and many months taking classes in audio engineering and Pro Tools. Get eight quick-reference guides for one great price with Pro Tools All-In-One Desk Reference For Dummies, Second Edition and start recording your breakthrough album right away!
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8 books in 1 — from miking to mixing to mastering
Your one-stop guide to the software and hardware that make music magic
When you add Pro Tools to your home recording studio, you have the software used to create hit records. When you add this book to your bookshelf, you get the insight you need to capture your sounds, edit your tracks, create a mix, and master your songs for the world to hear. Add in your talent and you're on your way to music stardom.
Discover how to:
Home Recording with Pro Tools All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummiesbuilds on the success of Pro Tools All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummieswith a focus solely on the home recording end of Pro Tools. This book includes updates the hardware and software options of Pro Tools since the initial edition came up. Updates include:
About the Author
Jeff Strong is a highly experienced musician, recording engineer, and teacher. He is the founder and director of the REI Institute, which develops programs using musical rhythms in neurological therapy.
Table of Contents
Book I: Home Recording Basics.
Chapter 1: Discovering What You Need.
Chapter 2: Getting Connected: Setting Up Your Studio.
Chapter 3: Meeting the Mixing Board.
Chapter 4: MIDI and Electronic Instruments.
Chapter 5: Understanding Microphones.
Book II: Getting Started Using Pro Tools.
Chapter 1: Configuring Your Computer.
Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Hardware.
Chapter 3: Examining Software Basics.
Chapter 4: Understanding the Pro Tools Windows.
Chapter 5: Importing and Exporting Files.
Book III: Recording Audio.
Chapter 1: Taking Care of Tracks.
Chapter 2: Miking: Getting a Great Source Sound.
Chapter 3: Preparing to Record.
Chapter 4: Recording Audio.
Book IV: Editing Audio.
Chapter 1: Audio Editing Basics.
Chapter 2: Selecting Material to Edit.
Chapter 3: Getting into Editing.
Chapter 4: Adding to Your Editing Palette.
Book V: Managing MIDI.
Chapter 1: Preparing to Record MIDI.
Chapter 2: Recording MIDI.
Chapter 3: Editing MIDI Data.
Chapter 4: Performing MIDI Operations.
Book VI: Mixing in Pro Tools.
Chapter 1: Mixing Basics.
Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Mix.
Chapter 3: Using Equalization.
Chapter 4: Digging into Dynamics Processors.
Chapter 5: Singling Out Signal Processors.
Chapter 6: Automating Your Mix.
Chapter 7: Making Your Mix.
Book VII: Mastering with Pro Tools.
Chapter 1: Mastering Basics.
Chapter 2: Mastering Your Music.
Book VIII: Getting Your Music to the Masses.
Chapter 1: Putting Your Music on CD.
Chapter 2: Getting Your Music on the Internet.
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