Synopses & Reviews
Collins, a studio musician, recording engineer, and producer,explains how to create music tracks using Pro Tools software. He discusses how to work with loops and beats and virtual instruments,including drum machines, synthesizers, and samplers; how to bring files into Pro Tools, preview and audition files, search for them,relink missing files, import from a CD, and work with REX and ACID files; how to work with and edit clips and loops; and how to use BeatDetective and time stretch. The final section details studio techniques, including vocal production, effects, and manipulation; audio signal processing and effects; and mastering and delivery.Annotation ©2014 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
Sure, you can import and mix a track in Pro Tools. You can work with MIDI and you know your way around the Edit window. The UI is as familiar as your most broken-in pair of jeans. We get it you don t need another button-pushing guide starting from the ground floor.
Get uniquely in-depth coverage instead with In the Box Music Production: Advanced Tools and Techniques for Pro Tools. Author Mike Collins splits the book into three distinct sections covering how you use Pro Tools now whether you re working with the synths and samplers or loops and beats of a dance or hip-hop project, the soaring vocals of the next pop sensation, or the lush layers of an instrumental world music track. Use Pro Tools to its full potential with advice on studio techniques and full exploration of its internal capabilities. Learn to leverage Pro Tools and make it work for you with this guide that is fully grounded in real-world applications and process.
This book assumes that the user has some music production experience and has worked through the basics in Pro Tools.