Item description for Pro Tools Power! by Colin MacQueen...
Because it is used by musicians and recording professionals, more of the sounds heard today - from audio CDs to film scores - are created using Digidesigns Pro Tools than any other digital production system. "Pro Tools Power!" covers tons of production tips and shortcuts for using Pro Tools digital audio workstations. It will not only enable post, music or dance mixers to get right to work, but it also offers many advanced tips for veteran Pro Tools operators.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.16" Width: 7" Height: 1.02" Weight: 1.66 lbs.
Release Date Sep 11, 2002
Publisher Course Technology PTR
ISBN 1929685572 ISBN13 9781929685578
Availability 0 units.
More About Colin MacQueen
Colin MacQueen is a musician, composer, technical writer, sound designer and virtual audio engineer. He has been involved with the music and video industries for years, both in production and as a live performer, as a Digidesign distributor in Spain and as an educator on digital audio-related topics. Colin co-authored Pro Tools Power! and Digital Audio Dictionary and wrote and produced all the movie tutorials for the interactive CD-ROMs: "CSi Starter - Pro Tools LE," and "CSi Starter - Cubase SX2," and the IK Multimedia movie tutorials on "CSi volume 10." He was a contributing writer or editor on other CD-ROM volumes in the CSi series. In addition, he has served as an independent composer, producer and sound designer for many interactive CD-ROM titles. Colin is a freelance writer on digital audio topics and has taught digital audio courses at both the university level and at broadcast schools.
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an eye opener on Protools in practice Sep 4, 2003
Excellent explanations of the fundamental concepts of Protools. Lots of practical hints and tips (e.g. on the usage of "Aux in" tracks). The focus is not on explaining every Protools feature (that's what the manuals are for), but to give you a clear view on how to use Protools in daily practice. The authors know how to teach (which is not the same as just knowing how to use a tool without being able to explain to others). I would have given 5 stars if there hadn't been several editing errors in (this first edition of) the book (e.g. screenshots not matching the associated description).