Youave got the power. You donat have to spend thousands of dollars on recording-studio time anymore. Now, using Pro Toolsaa digital-audio workstationayou can record demos at home on your own computer, edit tracks, add effects, and even output songs to a CD. But if youare new to working with sound digitally, you face a daunting learning curve. Getting your music gear to work with your desktop computer or laptopaand producing results that you likeainvolves some unfamiliar tools and concepts. At last, hereas a Pro Tools book written by a musician for other musicians! Author Gina Fant-Saez knows first-hand how frustrating it can be when you first make the move to using this complex, studio-quality audio application. Rather than overwhelm you with every detail of the program and complicated terminology or functions youall never use, Pro Tools for Musicians and Songwriters teaches only the essentials you need to record, enhance, and output your music. With downloadable audio files from www.protoolsformusicians.com to help you get started, Pro Tools for Musicians and Songwriters will show you how to: ac Use a metronome (click track) or percussion loop to help you keep time when you record ac Record and combine multiple takes to create one seamless composition ac Edit your tracks with crossfades, panning, doubling, automation more[ ac Add and manipulate plug-in effects, such as reverb ac Share your Pro Tools files with other musicians around the globe ac Output your finished composition to a CDAfter installing, right-click the UnderwaterGFS session folder and choose WinZip agt; Add to Zip. A window opens, and you can choose another location for the zipped file if you wish. Leave the settings as they are for now, and click the Add buttonanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pro Tools for Musicians and Songwriters|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2006-03-09|